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Increasing Chances For Snow Motzei Shabbos Into Sunday

     There is increasing confidence in wintry weather Motzei Shabbos into Sunday ahead of some very cold air. A Winter Storm Watch is now in effect 12am (Motzei Shabbos) to 3pm Sunday. 

2 to 4 inches are likely, with a potential for 5-7 inches of snow. Roads could be less, depending on exactly how cold it gets. We will be right on the freezing line. 

 Heavier snow will be able to overtake the roads and any surfaces that are just over 32. Given that we get those bands of heavy snow, we could be in for a solid snowstorm.

This is our prediction, playing it cautious. We definitely could get 4-7" inches.

This model below shows 4-5 inches across the area.

The snow would start around 2am Motzei Shabbos, continuing through Sunday morning. Clearing Sunday afternoon is expected, before temperatures plunge. 

Lows Sunday night will probably be near 16, with highs Monday around 32. 

Temperatures next week generally don't top 35, except maybe Tuesday. 


MinyanCast: Today's Minyanim

Tuesday | March 28

This product is updated daily at 10:30pm for the next day, and when conditions warrant throughout the day


6:00 - 9:00 am

41 rising to 47

Partly sunny


2:00 - 6:30 pm

54 dropping to 52

Partly sunny


6:45 - 7:45 pm

52 dropping to 49

Mostly cloudy


7:45 - 11:00 pm

49 dropping to 43

Mostly cloudy

MinyanCast: Shabbos Minyanim

Shabbos | Parshas Tzav | March 31 - April 1

This product is updated daily for the upcoming Shabbos

Friday Evening

5:30 - 8:30 pm

66 dropping to 62


To Shacharis

7:00 - 9:30 am

55 rising to 61


From Shacharis

9:30 am - 12:30 pm

61 rising to 67



2:00 - 7:30 pm

71 dropping to 68

Partly sunny


8:00 - 9:00 pm

67 dropping to 64

Mostly cloudy

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