Listen: Boston, Dean Devore, David Stroh Felino discussed on WBZ Morning News
"David Stroh Felino WBZ traffic on the threes. Let's check in on the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Lots to talk about meteorologist dean devore. What's coming up? Now. Well, the next system that we're worried about is this snowy situation for tonight into early tomorrow morning, and that's going to cause a lot of problems sound a lot of snow, but it's the timing and the temperature and the net effect of very slippery snow two to four inches around. Most of the Boston area maybe five or six in some spots. Especially Harry's north of the mass pike as we look at the overnight into tomorrow morning. So when we wake up this tomorrow morning, Jeff is going to be awful. I think temperatures are going to end up in the teens and twenties while it's snowing tonight into tomorrow morning, and then we'll only get up to about thirty thirty two tomorrow with clouds breaking for sunshine heading towards the weekend. Another cold day on Friday, maybe temperatures back on the low to mid thirties. And then Saturday, I'm getting us in the low forties. Maybe some rain or snow showers. Looks like a possibility of more sizable storms Sunday night at the Monday, and the big ticket item about next week's weather's how frigid it's going to be to start that first full week of March. With temperatures mainly in the twenties teens and twenties for highs. It looks like Monday and Tuesday keep an eye on that snow for tonight two to four inches with the possibility of a couple of inches more. We'll keep you up to date on WBZ NewsRadio. Right. Thank you dean right now. Fourteen in Boston. And wild in the same day on a single ticket. They're just twenty minutes apart in the number one ski town in the east. Well, double your downhill this winter at attach and wealth half. Now nine twenty six on Boston's NewsRadio. And just ahead of the opening bell. On Wall Street. We check in as always with WBZ financial editor, Dave Caruso from coastal capital groups, a Dave I guess it'll."