Winter Chill Returns, Snow Showers on the Cape

Winter Chill Returns, Snow Showers on the Cape

Winter Chill Returns, Snow Showers on the Cape

As one system exits to the east with light snow and flurries coming to an end, another weather system is waiting in the wings to the north.

Numerous crashes were being reported across the area Sunday morning, including a multi-vehicle crash about 8:15 a.m. on eastbound Interstate 435 near Quiviria Road involving an overturned tractor-trailer. The wind chill warning and advisory will expire at noon on Tuesday.

After many areas picked up a quick 1 to 2 inches of snow last night, we will stay day for the afternoon today.

Good Sunday morning! It is bitterly cold with temperatures hovering around 0º.

It's also possible that the snow changes to rain in southeastern MA. Wednesday night lows will be in the teens.

Highs will likely struggle to climb out of the single digits both Monday & Tuesday.

Risky wind chills between 15 and 30 degrees below zero will by possible by Tuesday morning.

By Tuesday, temperatures are back to the teens and 20s. High near 37. West wind shifts north in the afternoon.

The clear skies cause near freezing low temperatures and combine with a breeze again this morning.

There's a brief warming expected on Tuesday, when highs in the state's northern areas could reach the upper-30s and the low-40s in the south, NWS Meteorologist Jared Klein said. Temperatures will start to rebound starting on Wednesday though.

Snow will still be ongoing for the Monday morning rush hour.

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