Published: Thu, December 29, 2016
National | By Miranda Cannon

National Weather Service issues winter storm watch

National Weather Service issues winter storm watch

The next winter storm is making its way through OR as we head into the evening hours.

The snow level will drop below 2,000 feet, so snow will fall on every pass in the Cascades, according to the weather service.

Snow levels were forecast to fall as low as 1,500 feet in some stretches of the Cascades overnight Monday, before rising to 3,000 feet across much of OR late Tuesday, when the system is expected to taper off.

Conditions are expected to remain stable for Saturday and New Year's Eve revelers, both in CT and Times Square, will likely face temps in the mid-30s.

Additional snow showers are likely to develop across the state on Friday, "but they won't be widespread, they'll be hit or miss", Iovino said.

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We'll have to watch for icing late Thursday night and Friday morning as temperatures dip below freezing. If the storm passed farther south, we could be dealing with significant snow, but we're feeling confident on a track favoring less snow and more rain.

The rain snow line will be within 20 miles of Boston (we will have to fine-tune as it gets closer). The Northwest Hills will see more in the way of snow, but even there some mixing is possible for several hours. It'll arrive Thursday morning and stick around through Friday morning. Temperatures will rise to the low 40s. The early call on our weekend, is for increasing clouds Saturday with a chance of snow in northern New England by sunset.

StormTeam 5 is tracking an incoming frontal boundary that will contribute to the formation of a nor'easter storm late Thursday.

Though much of the state will see snow transition to sleet and rain by the afternoon, areas near the MA border could see sustained snowfall until the storm lets up, he said.

Sunday looks like a mixture sun ans clouds and a chance of flurries with highs in the 30s. Up to four inches of snow may fall above 1,500 feet. Inland areas - particularly in the higher terrain of upstate New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire, as well as interior ME - should remain cold enough to receive all snow.

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