Long Range Forecast, Jan 20-23

January 2013
20th-23rd. Heavy snow (half foot or more) for New England; lighter amounts farther south.

January 20: Wind picks up considerably around 5 PM, brutal and from the north. The forecast for late Monday is indeed hinting at snow, perhaps a lot of snow.

January 21: Warmer than usual in DC for the Inauguration but brisk in New England. Snow begins to fly around 6 PM, just as forecasts indicated.

January 22: By morning, the temperature is in the 20s but “feels like” single digits because of a persistent WNW wind. There’s about an inch of fluffy white stuff accumulated out here by the water.

January 23: Cold and getting colder. By 11:30 PM I can count all of the degrees on one hand.


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