The Blizzard has descended upon Massachusetts. What can we anticipate?
Blizzard conditions with whiteout conditions and limited visibility will be encountered by Eastern Massachusetts, making life more difficult. Several inches of snow fell in parts of Massachusetts, just a day after almost the whole province of southern New England witnessed spring-like conditions.
Massachusetts went from record-breaking warm temperature levels on Saturday to frigid light snowfall on Sunday. Although the snowfall amounts pale in contrast to those caused by a nor’easter two weeks ago, it’s worth noting that Boston set a new high-temperature record (60 degrees) on Saturday.
A large portion of Massachusetts is expected to receive up to two feet of snow. If not exceed that figure in certain localised zones that arise. It will be tough to quantify this snow because it will be fluffy and will be blowing and drifting around on very high winds, but it will be a broad one to two-foot snowfall with the quantities really not decreasing down until you get into the Berkshires, so Bostonians are all going to get it on the snow with this one.
What caused the circumstances and weather to shift so quickly?
This wind blew out of the north and northwest at 20 miles per hour with a temperature of 16 degrees, which is a significant change from what Masachhuset was experiencing yesterday. That is why it came as such a surprise to the establishment, which had not anticipated such a result.
Is it going to be a frigid day tomorrow? How much more snow can we expect?
It is dependent on the wind and how the ocean is strengthened. And we’re not going to get anything out of here. Bostonians sorted with the morning downhill, but it didn’t go anywhere. It was noticed that as the day proceeded, the temperature in the area began to plummet.
Tomorrow’s snow will be light and fluffy. It’s going to be really chilly out there. Yesterday, the region set a new high-temperature record of 60 degrees, so today is a big turnaround for the system.
Bostonians are now descending at a gradient of 26 degrees. The wind will be extremely powerful, which is why a blizzard warning has been issued. The region will go through a process known as Bombogenesis. Simply put, the storm is going to intensify very quickly, and when that happens, you get significant precipitation solely on the western side, which is what is going to happen here and it will be a strong powerful storm.