Blinding snow squalls could arrive in time for afternoon commute

Blinding snow squalls could arrive in time for afternoon commute

Blinding snow squalls could arrive in time for afternoon commute

The National Weather Service issued a wind chill advisory for all four counties in Western Massachusetts.

"Much of the viewing area will see 1" or less.

Temperatures will drop from 67 degrees in the mid-afternoon to the upper 40s by 7 p.m Tuesday.

Tomorrow: Sunny. Wind: W/NW 5-15. "It doesn't last a long time, but can be very risky", Vallier-Talbot said. Temperature rising to near 66 by 10 a.m., then falling to around 54 during the remainder of the day. Wind gusts will also reach as high as 35 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 90%.

In addition to the threat of snow squalls on Wednesday, some light scattered snow showers are possible in northern and central New Jersey during the afternoon and evening, the National Weather Service said.

Tuesday will be sunny, but rather breezy, and unseasonably cool with a high of only 59.

Monday looks colder with highs in the 30s.

"Very cold temperatures combined with brisk winds will result in risky winds chill readings as low as 15 to 20 below zero", the National Weather Service said.

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and continued mild.

Thursday night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 17 degrees.

Fri: High: 52 Low: 30 AM clouds, then mostly sunny.

Trade wind showers will prevail through Saturday favoring windward and mountain slopes in the overnight to early morning time periods.

It will get even warmer on Wednesday with most areas climbing to near 50.

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