Rain and snow coming out this morning, squalid conditions this afternoon

Another storm follows for Wednesday that will feature some snow and more rain…

Today: Morning rain/snow by 10am, Blustery. Hi 41. Wind: NW 10-15 mph. Gusts of up to 25 mph.

Tonight: Partly cloudy. Le 30. Wind: West 10-20 mph. Gusts of up to 35 mph.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy. Hi 44. Wind: West 10-20 mph. Gusts of up to 30 miles per hour.

After steady rain yesterday in the afternoon and evening, a final spell of rain ended the storm this morning. It will be humid on the commute in the morning, with temperatures still in the mid-30s. Some cold air at the back end of this storm could change rain to snow for a while, resulting in poor visibility in spots during this morning’s commute. However, this doesn’t sound very impressive, as temperatures stay above freezing and any snow has a hard time. The rain/snow will clear up by mid-morning and leave behind for the afternoon as the skies have a hard time shaking off the clouds. Today’s highs will be in the lower 40s.

Tomorrow the fair weather will continue with temperatures in the low to mid-40s during the day. The weather pattern remains active through Wednesday with another storm developing on the east coast. This one is going to have more cold air to work with which means we start as a steady snow period Wednesday morning. We should turn to all the rain during the afternoon though as the warm air is blowing north again, but not before a few inches of snow build up. Snow on the go is likely to start in the morning with steady snow falling until mid-afternoon. Given the winter pattern so far, don’t get your hopes up, snow lovers. However, this storm presents a good chance of seeing some steadily accumulating snow, even if it’s only a few inches. Behind the storm, temperatures linger near the seasonal averages at the end of the week with another front grazing ahead of us on Saturday with the potential for some flashes or showers. The weekend feels a bit more balmy, too. We’ll keep telling you, especially on Wednesday. Stay tuned.

Meteorologist Brett Thakkara