Roads Stay “Wet” through Mid-Afternoon, Heavier Snow and Wind this Evening

From Eyewitness News Meteorologist Michelle Muscatello, here is your updated Live Pinpoint Doppler 12 Futurecast:

**A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for entire area except Nantucket from 8AM today to 8AM Thursday.  A “Warning” means there is the potential for 6″ or more of snow.**

**A High Wind Advisory is in effect for coastal RI and MA from 8AM today through 8AM Thursday.  Northeast wind gusts 45-55mph are possible and could lead to isolated wind damage and power outages.**

TODAY:  Light snow and rain showers continue to move in through mid-day.  Snow and sleet turn steadier and heavier by late afternoon and evening.  Roads are expected to be wet and not snow covered before 3pm.  Strong northeast wind gusts 35-45mph are possible inland, with gusts up to 50-60 mph possible along the immediate coast, Cape and Islands, leading to potential wind damage and power outages.  Snow will start to accumulate by early/mid evening, making travel more difficult.. especially after sunset. Highs in the mid-30s.

TONIGHT: Wet snow, heavy at times, very windy. Lows in the low 30s.  By dawn accumulations will range from 4 to 8″ statewide,  2-5″ towards the Cape

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THURSDAY:  Slippery and slow travel expected in the morning as lighter snow showers taper off. Blustery and cool with a mix of sun and clouds by afternoon…low 40s.

FRIDAY:  Mix of sun and clouds…low 40s.

SATURDAY:  Sun to clouds.  Highs in the mid-40s.

SUNDAY:  Mostly cloudy, chilly and looks dry… highs in the upper 30s.

MONDAY:  Partly sunny…. low 40s

TUESDAY:  Not as chilly.. highs near 50.

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