National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Updataed: Tue Mar 28, 2017 09:40AM
34m: [905 am] Rain across the mid Atlantic States will overspread this afternoon and continue this eve. Heaviest rain likely south of Pike.
42m: More rain this afternoon/evening, but dry weather follows Wed/Thu. Unsettled weather returns Fri/Fri night with some rain or wet snow.
1h: [815 am] Main story this am will be locally dense fog with bulk of showers near the south coast. Widespread rain moves in this afternoon.
2h: Locally dense fog will reduce vsby to under 1/4 of a mile at times this am across western+central MA/northern CT,/RI. Drive w/xtra caution.
3h: Another damp day. More widespread rain moves in this afternoon and evening. Here is a rough timing of the rain:
10h: Any country with major impacts from the storm can request it. World Meteorological Organization then must agree.
18h: Changeable weather expected this week...some more rain tomorrow; sunshine and a little cooler midweek; more precip. possible Fri/Sat.
19h: Some rainfall totals through 2 PM: Boston: 0.43", Worcester 0.43", Hartford/Windsor Locks 0.40", Providence/Warwick: 0.31".
22h: Noon radar loop shows band of briefly moderate rain showers moving through NE CT, all of RI, and eastern MA over the next couple of hours.
Mar 27: [Approx Radar Simulation] Period of widespread rain across western MA/northern CT overspreads most of eastern MA/RI through mid afternoon.
Mar 27: Freezing Rain Advisory through 11 am for the high terrain of MA. Main concern along the east slopes of the Berks at elevations > 1500 feet.
Mar 27: [2 of 2] Spotty icing possible across the Worcester Hills early this am, but probably rather localized given temps between 31 and 32.
Mar 27: [1 of 2] Main concern for icy roads/walkways will be confined to east slopes of Berks at elevations over 1500 feet this am.
Mar 27: [8 am] One tenth of an inch of ice accretion reported at elevations over 1500 feet along the east slopes of the Berks with temps near 29.
Mar 27: Freezing Rain Advisory has been extended 2 more hours, until 10 AM this morning, for the same areas of western and central MA.
Mar 27: Freezing rain occurring in western/central MA and northeast CT. Some temps: 29 Shelburne, 30 Goshen, Royalston; 31 N. Granby/Woodstock CT.
Mar 27: [530 AM] Precip is moving into western MA this AM. Temps are at or below 32F which will result in slick & hazardous travel. Use caution.
Mar 27: Mixed precipitation is moving across the higher terrain of MA and CT. Let us know what is falling at your location:
Mar 27: Heading out this AM? Grab the umbrella. Light glaze of ice across higher terrain this AM. On & off showers into the PM commute.
Mar 26: Thanks for sharing this picture. I think many of us here in southern New England are ready for summer.

Updataed: Tue Mar 28, 2017 09:40AM