Winter Storm Watch Issued For The Southcoast
Another storm is officially on its way. Here's what ABC 6 says about the latest round of winter weather on the Southcoast.
Hard to believe we'd all be wishing for February weather in late March...but it seems like most of us are.
That's because Mother Nature is sending a 4th Nor'easter in four weeks our way Wednesday into Thursday. Yikes!
According to ABC 6 meteorologist Jeff Desnoyers, a winter storm watch is in place for our neck of the woods and the latest storm will affect us Wednesday, Wednesday night and into Thursday morning.
Even though Wednesday is technically the first full day of spring, we'll most likely see some accumulating snow here on the Southcoast during the day. The numbers could fluctuate though as most cities and towns are right on the rain/snow line for this storm.
Right now ABC 6 is predicting that the Southcoast will likely see between 3-6 inches of snow along with more of those gusty winds that everyone has been loving lately and the potential for more coastal flooding.
Snow could get heavy at times making travel difficult and the high winds could once again cause power outages in the area.
Prepare yourself as you did for the last few storms and hope we stay on the rain side of the rain/snow line!