Sunday, February 24, 2013
Plymouth is expecting less than an inch of snow this weekend, but the South Shore has already been hammered this winter. See how many inches have fallen in your area with the LIVE map below.
The map above, provided by the National Weather Service, shows total snowfall in the Plymouth area over the past 3 days. The map is centered around the red marker, which is in the middle of Plymouth Patch's coverage area. Note: This map is not visible on some mobile devices.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Saturday into Sunday.
While some forecasts call for up to a foot of snow west and north of Boston this weekend Plymouth should only get about 2-4 inches according to the National Weather Service. Regardless, The NSW is warning residents to be aware of the approaching coastal storm. "There is high probability for a strong coastal storm to impact Southern New Englan late Saturday into Sunday," the service wrote in a Hazardous Weather Outlook. "A lot of uncertainty remains given that the storm is still nearly 3 days in the future." As of Thursday morning, the National Weather Service was predicting a chance of snow starting after 2 p.m. Saturday in Plymouth. A rain/snow mix is likely Saturday night, with it turning to all snow early Sunday morning. Snow and rain …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
It looks like snow tonight, and another big storm coming for the third weekend in a row.
Spring doesn't spring for another month, and Mother Nature isn't letting New England off easy after last year it seems. There's a chance for snow this afternoon and tonight before 8 p.m. Then the skies will clear but the wind will pick up with gusts as high as 30 mph. For the third weekend in a row the National Weather Service is predicting snow for Southeastern Massachusetts. Here's the weekend's forecast for Plymouth. It will finally clear Monday, just in time for school to start again.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
The National Weather Service updated its predictions Saturday, increasing the snowfall to between 4 and 8 inches for Plymouth.
The National Weather Service is predicting heavy snow and high winds today in the second snow storm in a week. The snow began Saturday and switched over to snow as the night progressed. There is the potential for heavy snow along with strong winds across the far Southeast New England coast today. The NWS is predicting between 4 and 8 inchs for Plymouth. The initially wet snow combined with strong winds could result in downed tree limbs and a few power outages, according to the NWS. Winds will be between 20 and 30 mph with 50 mph gusts and cause poor visibility and possibly near-whiteout conditions for a time. Untreated roads and walkways will become snow covered.
Saturday, February 16, 2013
The National Weather Service predicts four to six inches of snow today and Sunday.
The National Weather Service is predicting heavy snow and high winds today in the second snow storm in a week. The snow begins this morning with a snow/rain mix with little if any accumulation through the afternoon. The snow may be heavy Saturday night into early Sunday afternoon and winds will increase. There is the potential for heavy snow along with strong winds across the far Southeast New England coast Saturday night into early Sunday afternoon. The initially wet snow combined with strong winds could result in downed tree limbs and a few power outages, according to the NWS. Winds will be between 20 and 30 mph with 50 mph gusts and cause poor visibility and possibly near-whiteout conditions for a time. Untreated roads and walkways will…
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Some parts of town still don't have power, but another snow storm could barrel into us this weekend.
The groundhog may have predicted an early spring, but we're still in the dead of winter, and there's more snow on the way. Expect snow Wednesday night and Thursday morning, according to the National Weather Service, but that will just be a dusting compared to what could happen this weekend. AccuWeather's forcast shows the possibility for a major storm to affect New England Saturday and Sunday. There continues to be some indication that a major storm will affect the Eastern states and neighboring Canada this weekend. The storm would be part of a series of potentially major weather events through the end of February.... It will be a matter of how quickly the storm strengthens to determine if heavy snow is thrown back over the Atlantic …
Monday, January 28, 2013
Snow this afternoon turning to rain and sleet will mean a slippery drive for commuters tonight.
There may be an inch of snow on the ground Monday evening during the evening commute, according the National Weather Service. Even though not much snow will fall, snow, sleet and rain will create a slick commute tonight. The NWS has issued a winter weather advisory which will remain in effect until 6 a.m. Tuesday. The National Weather Service forecasts snow between 2 and 5 p.m. this afternoon in the Plymouth area. The precipitation will change over to sleet and rain later in the evening. Based on the forecast, a chance of rain and sleet will continue into Tuesday morning. The temperature will begin to rise Tuesday, as it hovers in the low 40s. Here's the forecast from NWS:
Today's snow will come just in time to make a mess for commuters.
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Monday, January 28
The Massachusetts State Police offer some advice for commuters navigating today's snowy roads. Once again Massachusetts is gearing up for another snow storm. While this coming storm is not expected to bring heavy accumulation the timing is less than ideal as its expected to make its way across the Commonwealth during peak afternoon travel times. This can cause major delays in traffic, accidents and other headaches making the daily commute stressful. We remind the motoring public to take steps to prepare for the inclement weather and offer the following driving tips to help you in navigating the commute: Remember the advice from Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Don't panic and make sure you have your towel.
Monday, January 21, 2013
The snow will move in around 3 p.m. today and stay around until Tuesday morning.
Updated at 3:20 p.m. Monday The NWS now says to expect between 3 and 7 inches of snow tonight and into Tuesday morning. Patch will keep an eye on school closings. ---- A winter storm watch is in effect for Plymouth beginning Monday afternoon as a storm moves into the region bringing between 2 and 4 inches of snow according to the National Weather Service. In addition, bands of heavy snow may bring 4 to 8 inches in some areas, but the amounts depend on the storm's track, which as of Sunday night, was still uncertain. Accumulating snow may mean poor visibility and slippery travel for the evening commute Monday and particularly Tuesday morning. The snow is expected to begin after 4 p.m. with accumulations of less than half an inch. Showers …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Snow and rain will affect the morning commute, with less than 1 inch accumulation expected in Plymouth.
The January Thaw is over. While Plymouth is on the border of getting this morning's snow, residents can expect rain and light snow this morning, especially during the morning commute. Snow and rain are expected to fall before 2 p.m., the National Weather Service predicted, with a chance of rain and snow after 5 p.m. Plymouth residents can expect a high of 39, with a low of 29 degrees. Tomorrow brings sunny skies and a high near 43.