Storm departs, bitter cold ahead
Another windy and cold snowstorm was winding down on Wednesday morning, January 22, 2014. Snow will end in Bristol/Plymouth County Massachusetts by 10-11 am, and on Cape Cod during the afternoon. The storm produced light, fluffy snow that piled up to the tune of 16″ in a few spots on the South Shore of Boston. The totals near Buzzards Bay were between 8-12″.
The temperature dropped to near 10° Wednesday morning, with wind chills below zero. It will not warm up much Wednesday afternoon. Highs will be in the upper teens under partly sunny skies. The 15-30 mph wind will make it feel 10-15 degrees colder. It will be even colder Wednesday night, with lows near or slightly below zero. There will still be a breeze that drops the wind chill to -10 to -20.
The weather looks fairly quiet, but very cold, for the end of the workweek. Afternoon temperatures will be near 20° on Thursday, and it will struggle to get out of the teens on Friday. Both days should feature a decent amount of sunshine. Look for lows near zero again Friday morning. Clouds will increase Friday night, and snow is possible Saturday morning ahead of an Arctic cold front. There could be a minor accumulation.
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