Snow Will Exit Quickly; Keep an Eye on Monday's Weather
WHDH-TV weatherman are keeping a close eye on a possible snow Monday.
Last night's snow could be a memory today as the melting is expected to be quick, according to WHDH-TV.
Today is expected to be in the low 40s after some early clouds and flurries give way to partly sunny skies. Depending on where you live, you were either expected to have 1-3 inches or to 3-5 inches the more south you go. (Check the map to see what you are expected to get when everything is done.)
"Chilly air will follow (today), and although I can't promise a lot of sun, we'll still do some melting. The weekend is chilly too...and with more sun we'll get more wind," said WHDH-TV meteorologist Pete Bouchard on his blog.. "The upper atmosphere remains cold, and when you heat the ground with sun it causes the air to blow. More sun = stronger wind."
Bouchard is taking a different approach to another snowstorm brewing south of us.
"Monday's still on my radar for a potential nor'easter," he said. "I'm not giving up on this. The jetstream looks right, the cold is in place, but so far the weather maps keep the storm south of us. Could be they sense the block up over Greenland steering it away. Not buying it...yet."