Coastal Storm This Weekend

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By Quincy Vagell on February 13, 2013, 5:15pm Last modified: February 14, 2013, 12:23pm

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A storm is expected to develop offshore this weekend, but the current forecasts keep it east of New England. Aside from that, there could still be some snow in the coming days...

Overnight: Some light snow is possible, mainly near the coast. Little or no accumulation.
Thursday: A break in the action. Clearing skies, some snow-melt. Highs in the lower 40's.
Friday: Variable clouds. A flurry possible late (after midnight). Highs in the mid-40's.
Saturday: Clouds, a few flurries or snow showers possible, cooler. Highs around 40.
Sunday: Fair skies, but watching a storm offshore. Colder. Highs only near 30. 

Low pressure develops south of the area tonight, but the heaviest precipitation stays offshore. A few spots could see a period of light snow, mainly along and southeast of the I-95 corridor. Heavier snow brushes Long Island and the Cape/Islands.
A weak disturbance swings through early Saturday and there may be enough moisture for a few flurries or snow showers. It does not look like a big deal.
By Sunday, a large trough allows for cold air to filter into the East Coast, but this cold air may help keep a large ocean storm offshore.
Looking ahead to early next week, we could see somewhat milder temperatures return.

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