Northwest wind gusts of 25 to 40 miles per hour in areas across MA will cause near-record low temperatures Tuesday into Wednesday night. When temperatures drop overnight any moisture we have on the roadways will have the potential to freeze and cause icy spots for your Monday morning commute. Record cold highs are possible. We will see if any records break. New snowfall totals show hometowns north of I-80 could see 2-4 inches of snow. With the freezing line shifting south later in the morning, the bands of snow will shift south as well.
If you live in the snow belt, be prepared for Lake Effect Snow.
Donofrio said the leading edge of the system would bring some snow this weekend and on Monday, which is the Veterans Day holiday.
Berrien and Cass counties already have a winter storm watch starting Monday morning through Tuesday evening plus a lakeshore flood watch.
The first accumulating snow of the season is possible tomorrow with a strong cold front moving south today. It will bring January-like temperatures to some locations that are as much as 30 degrees colder than normal for this time of year.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of snow showers.
Thursday, Nov. 14: Mostly sunny with a high temperature in the upper 30s. The Worcester area also has a chance of light snow Tuesday night with temperatures reaching around 15 degrees that night. It is a very active 7-day with lots going on so continue to check back for any updates.