Temperature bump Thursday is brief; more wintry weather coming

Erika Holt
April 5, 2018

New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.

Some locations across the commonwealth could see a "decent morning burst" of snow, though current predictions seem to show that Boston won't get the brunt of the wintry weather.

There is a storm system approaching that will have an impact on the Rockies' home opener Friday.

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Assuming there will be snow on Sunday, it may be mixed with rain thanks to temperatures that could climb into the upper 30s.

If you are hoping for a warm-up, you will have to wait until Wednesday and Thursday of next week before highs rise into the 40s.

By Wednesday, Taylor said, North Platte should see temperatures into the 50s and much calmer winds with maximum speeds of about 20 miles per hour.

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"Oh yeah, since my first day of my arrival here, I was pretty much over it", said Kashif Shaikh from Pakistan.

The snow is expected to linger until Thursday with the mercury dropping to a chilling -2C in Glasgow and Inverness on Wednesday night.

Could another April snowstorm hit New Jersey this weekend?

A spring storm that dumped up to 14 inches (35 centimeters) of snow on parts of Michigan's northern Lower Peninsula is being blamed in at least four traffic deaths. This is the most that has been seen in the area since the winter of 1996/97 (450cm) and is the 5th greatest amount on record (490.5 in 1968/69).

The calendar might say April, but the region is under a winter storm watch.

A spring storm is on its way to the Kawarthas later today (April 3), bringing significant rain and strong winds overnight and into Wednesday.

Jim Murray, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Sioux Falls, S.D., said Tuesday that the official NWS observation indicated a total of 1 inch of snowfall. North northeast wind 6 to 11 miles per hour becoming south southeast in the afternoon. Newark's snowiest April on record was in 1982, when 13.8 inches fell.

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