Wind chill below zero, snow likely in MA this week

Katie Ramirez
November 12, 2019

Along with the bitter cold we will see our first chance at measurable snowfall this season. "Heavy freezing rain is possible in the Northeast on Monday", the NWS added. Sure. But the quick drop in temperatures may not allow the road crews to get ahead of the situation.

Some dry time early in the morning will be replaced by widespread snow for most locations. This snow will develop through the mid-to-late morning, and expand in coverage and intensity through the afternoon.

A sign for the route 86 on a ramp outside of Binghamton, New York (pictured here on March 14, 2017), where a winter storm warning is in effect through Wednesday. In terms of accumulation, 5 to 10 inches of snow is expected, with some locally higher amounts from Lake Placid eastward toward the Vermont border.

Computer model projection of radar imagery Monday morning. Rain looks to arrive around 6-7 p.m. with the transition to snow around midnight. A light accumulation of ice is likely from Oneonta back toward Binghamton and Owego.

Temperatures will be pushing 60 for Veterans Day before the rain comes in late at night, turning into snow on Tuesday.

The Plains and Midwest have seen snow, reports CBS News correspondent David Begnaud.

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Just before noon, most of the snow has migrated south and leaves behind much colder air and a few flurries. That's according to data from the National Weather Service, which predicts more than 300 record cold temperatures could be tied or set from Monday, Nov. 11 to Wednesday, Nov. 13. Lake effect snow ongoing in NW Vilas County.

The coldest morning for the East Coast will be Wednesday. Scattered snow showers are possible on Saturday, while lots of clouds are anticipated on Sunday.

Forecast highs on Tuesday should remain below freezing over more than half of the eastern Lower 48 states, from interior New England to as far south as Tennessee and as far west as eastern Nebraska and Kansas.

Stay tuned to Spectrum News for updates.

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