Another coastal storm is set to impact the region over the next 24 hours, bringing us yet another round of strong winds, heavy precipitation and some areas of beach erosion and coastal flooding.
Here on the Cape, we will ONCE AGAIN be right on the dividing line between rain and snow and will likely transition back and forth between snow and rain throughout the day today…before cooler air starts to win out tonight and precipitation becomes all snow.
As such, the snowfall forecast remains very tricky and rather low confidence. The highest odds for seeing a plowable, heavy wet snow are on the Mid and Upper Cape where temperatures will be just a couple of degrees colder.
Similar to the last event, precipitation type – and the ability for snow to accumulate – will come down to a matter of a degree or two…which can sometimes even be dictated by precipitation intensity.