Forecast Discussion

MONDAY: Sun/cloud mix and windy. Chance of flurries, mostly in the Berkshires.

Highs: 30-34
Winds: NW 10-20 MPH

MONDAY NIGHT: Mostly Clear & Cold

Lows: 4-8
Winds: Becoming Light and Variable.

TUESDAY: Plenty of sun to start, increasing clouds.

Highs: 26-30

TUESDAY NIGHT: Light snow arrives. Turns to a wintry mix overnight.

Lows: 24-28

Discussion:

Good Monday afternoon I’m 22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin. Our storm is done, but flurry and snow shower chances continue in the Berkshires. I don’t expect anything more than an isolated flurry for us in the Pioneer Valley this afternoon.

The weather today won’t be bad at all! I expect a mix of sun and clouds with more clouds over the Berkshires. Sunshine will help to warm us up into the low to mid 30s today! It will become increasingly windy as some cooler air tries pushing back in. Winds out of the northwest between 10 and 20 mph are expected with occasionally higher gusts.

Skies clear out tonight and the winds settle down. Overnight lows drop quickly into the single digits by Tuesday morning.

Tuesday should be a mostly quiet day. I expect plenty of sun in the morning followed by gradually increasing clouds.

Tuesday night into Wednesday gets a bit tricky. We’ll start with some light snow Tuesday evening, but as warmer air works in we’ll see a transition from snow to sleet to freezing rain and eventually rain. Drier air should give us a mainly dry Wednesday afternoon with temperatures heading into the low 40s!

Here’s how much snow we’re expecting before the snow turns to sleet, freezing rain and then rain Tuesday evening into early Wednesday.

A return of snow is possible on Thursday, depending on how quickly this storm system pulls away.

 

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