Blasts of cold air and episodes of snow will continue through the end of the month around Boston.
Frigid weather will continue through Friday with highs in the teens.
Combined with the wind early, RealFeel® temperatures will be below zero much of the time.
A brief warmup, relatively speaking, is forecast on Saturday with temperatures to be above freezing for a few hours.
A large Alberta Clipper storm passing by to the north this weekend will kick up some wind and can bring a couple of periods of snow, but also a return of cold air by Saturday night. Accumulations from this snow will range from a coating to an inch in the city.
Another Alberta Clipper storm may visit the area during Monday with a chance of snow and another brief warmup.
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