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Worcester - Central MA Weather Update

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

 

This promises to be the coldest and snowiest week so far this winter. The arctic air is in place and with an intensifying but fast paced storm system moving through the area we can expect accumulating snow and slick driving conditions overnight and into the morning commute.

The snow should accumulate some 2-4 inches before it’s all over by mid-morning tomorrow. Unlike most snowstorms where temperatures hover around freezing, we should see readings plunge into the low teens tonight and not rise much above the 20 tomorrow. In fact the mercury is expected to remain below freezing all week long and likely will bottom out near or below zero both Tuesday and Wednesday nights.

 

 

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