It will be a cloudy day with wintry precipitation inland and rain along the coast. West of 128 and along Route 2, we will see snow, sleet and freezing rain. Travel could be tricky through morning. Again, it will be mainly rain for the coast.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday look dry and mild. Temperatures climb into the 50s once again. The only day out of the stretch that might be slightly colder – Wednesday with highs in the upper 40s.
March looks to come in like a lion. It’s still too early to tell if it will be rain or snow, but strong, onshore winds will develop Thursday and continue into Saturday. Damaging wind gusts are possible. The bigger problem will the duration of the high winds coupled with astronomically high winds and building surf. Coastal flooding will be a significant threat by Friday and Saturday. It’s still a long ways away, but at this point, confidence is growing for high coastal impacts.