By Tuesday morning residents and visitors to the Boston area will wonder what hit them when they step outside.
Motorists and pedestrians should be on the lookout for icy patches Monday night as Arctic air blasts quickly into the region. In some cases, ice can form before paved, concrete and wooden surfaces have a chance to dry out.
It will feel about 60 degrees colder Tuesday morning, compared to the midday hours Monday.
Even though the core of this Arctic blast will focus south of New England, RealFeel® temperatures will hover near zero much of the day Tuesday.
There is some good news for folks struggling with the cold.
Temperatures will slowly trend upward later this week and could touch 50 degrees in some locations this weekend.
Tune in to AccuWeather Live Mornings every weekday at 7 a.m. EST. We will be talking the brutal cold and when the next warmup is in store.
Since Tuesday night, NESDIS, NOAA’s satellite and information service, has been experiencing network issues, and has not received a full feed of satellite data for input, a critical component for the numerical models used to forecast the weather.
Rain is expected to make a return to the Bay Area by the weekend, just in time for games 3 and 4 of the World Series.
The remnants of Tropical Depression 9 will move over Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula through Friday, bringing heavy rain and gusty winds.
Gonzalo's fury was felt all the way from Bermuda through eastern Newfoundland and into Europe causing widespread power outages and damaged buildings and killing at least one person.
Frigid conditions and heavy snow led to widespread and extensive school cancellations and delays last year. How will this winter shape up?
A nor'easter will strengthen while moving up the Atlantic coast into Friday with the heaviest rain, strongest winds and biggest waves taking aim on New England and part of Canada.
Ishpemig, MI (1929)
27" of snow.
Early season snowstorm brings 7-14 inches to many locations. (13 inches at West Yellowstone).
Oceanside, CA (1999)
A 50' boat missed the harbor due to a wall of dense fog.