From Channel 12 Eyewitness News Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo, here is the latest Detailed 7-Day Futurecast.
WINTER STORM WARNING for inland portions of our area.
WINTER STORM WATCH for southern portions of our area
Pinpoint Weather Blog: More Detailed Information on the Sunday Night/Monday storm.
OVERNIGHT: Mostly clear skies and blustery. Lows in the single digits…wind chills near zero.
SUNDAY: Another frigid start (5-10), and then not quite as cold in the afternoon. Partly sunny and dry during the day. Highs in the mid to upper 20s. Snow moves in during the evening.
A nor’easter will bring a moderate to major snowfall to our area. The exact track will determine the extent of the impact for our area.
SUN. NIGHT: Steady snow after midnight with several accumulations on the ground by the Monday morning commute.
MONDAY: The morning and evening commutes will be impacted by snow. Expect snow, heavy at times, in the morning and through the afternoon. A mix of sleet/snow is possible at the south coast, which will keep accumulations down at the coast. Please stay tuned and check back in for updates through the weekend. Highs in the mid to upper 20s. Winds will be strong from the northeast to north…gusts between 35 and 45mph, strongest near the coast.
MONDAY NIGHT: Snow ends after the evening commute.
- 9-14″ in Providence and areas to the north and west.
- 6-9″ toward the south coast where sleet will mix with the snow, at times.
- 4-6″ expected on Block Island.
TUESDAY: Morning wind chills could dip to -20F. Gusty winds all day. Highs only 15-20.
WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny, continued cold with increasing clouds. Another chance for snow possible by evening/night. Highs 25-30
THURSDAY: A chance of snow. Highs in the 20s.
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