Danielle Middle, Boston, Lake Sunapee discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
Both ways from Lake Sunapee down to 93 involve reduce speeds and getting reports of vehicle sliding off the roads there If David said Ronnie WBC's traffic on the threes and now the four days WBZ AKI Weather forecast with Danielle Middle Well, we are going to see the snow continuing across the area. Now. Throughout this evening, it'll be tapering off after midnight tonight, looking between about two and 4 A.m. four to come to an end here in and around the city. We had the back edge of the heaviest steadiest of the snow now, right around the Worcester area, And this is going to make some slow progress eastward here over the next several hours, the winds right now. Also the big story, along with the snow, gusting upwards of about 40 to 45 miles an hour could have some gusts of 50 to 60 miles an hour along the Immediate coast again through tonight. Snow amounts looking at 3 to 6 inches in the city and along the coast, 6 to 12 inches north and west of 1 28 12 to as much as 18 inches in a few places northwest of 4 95. And with the wind and heavy snow could be dealing with some power outages as well. Later tonight for tomorrow we see some sunshine a windy day 39 degrees, but factory in the wind feeling like the teens and twenties tomorrow, the windows ease up tomorrow night. Impartial sunshine for both Monday and Tuesday. 36 degrees for each afternoon. Um AccuWeather meteorologist Danielle Middle WBZ, Boston's news radio. Right now we have snow, Wind and 33 degrees in Boston, right away in a brand new three road 2021 Subaru ascent, starting at 32 to 95 with 0% financing for up to 63 months. Details at Subaru of New England dot com. Let your love give back during the Subaru of New England share the love event. I'm Drew Mohammed at the WBC water cooler. Governor Baker's message Post holiday here. The same as before. Staying apart is eventually what will bring us together. No one wants to be the person who's responsible for getting a family member Sick and the latest cove in 19 data shows strong surges in Massachusetts. And that's why he was sounding the alarm about a small, socially distance Thanksgiving and now is doing the same for Christmas..