A few flakes move in

Good Wednesday to one and all. It’s another cold day in the Commonwealth as we track a light flake maker in from the west. This system continues to look pretty darn wimpy, but it is what it is. Right, snow lovers?

Temps are in the 30s today with a few flurries flying around. There is the chance for a period of very light snow, especially across the western half of the state. Here is regional radar to follow along:

Another period of very light snow and flurries will cross the state tonight, but it will be in a weakening phase, so don’t expect much out of this.

Here’s how the individual models are playing it all:


Hi Res NAM


The weekend system continues to feature the main low going way to our east and southeast, with a weaker system diving in from the northwest. That should make for some ugly by Saturday and Saturday night:

Temps behind this will surge on Super Bowl Sunday and will likely head deep into the 60s by Monday and Tuesday:

Have a happy Wednesday and take care.

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