March 15 – The storm is located in northern New England and is the gift that keeps on giving. We have set up a winter pattern to make up for lost time as strong winds and bitterly cold air is in place. The focus this morning should be the wind chills. By noon, one more piece of energy will produce a band of snow.  That could be enough to coat the roads in a heavier squall. But while the visibly may drop low and appear like a storm is raging, it shouldn’t last more than an hour or so at the most.

The day itself will remain cold, but March sun angle will help to thaw any iced over pavement. It’s any coating off snow or puddles this afternoon that will refreeze again tonight. So another round of salting will be on order. Then we gradually warm up ahead of the next system that should bring rain Friday night and Saturday.If it helps, spring begins next Monday March 20

This Morning

Strong Winds and Restrictions On Bridges



Cold Temps But Colder Wind Chill


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*Snow squalls could briefly drop visibility and bring a coating to a quick inch

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Re-Freeze: Evening and Overnight Low Temperatures



Slight Thaw Tomorrow



Next Storm Should Bring Rain Friday Night-Saturday

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