Black Ice Develops Overnight Before New Disturbance Moves in Friday - NBC10 Boston

Black Ice Develops Overnight Before New Disturbance Moves in Friday

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    Weather Forecast: Showers Return Friday

    Tonight: Clearing and colder. Upper 20s.
    Tomorrow: Early sun, then showers by afternoon. Near 40.
    Saturday: Milder. Partly sunny. Low/mid 50s.

    (Published Friday, Feb. 23, 2018)

    With the evening's wintry mix over, black ice will develop overnight Thursday night into Friday morning for all spots that see mixed showers.

    Friday remains dry until late afternoon when showers will move back in, associated with our next disturbance.

    The deep interior and Northern New England will see some sleet and freezing rain at the onset, though most of Central and Southern New England should transition to rain while the northern mountains see at least a few new inches overnight Friday night.

    Saturday looks mild and fair for the entire region with widespread highs near and over 50 degrees before yet another disturbance arrives Saturday night through Sunday, dropping mostly rain but likely to, again, bring at least some snow to the mountains of the north.

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    Another mild and fair day is probable to start next week before cooler air moves back in and a coastal storm may be lurking by the end of next week in the exclusive Early Warning Weather 10-day forecast.

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