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KELLY ANN: GOOD MORNING HOPE YOU'RE ENJOYING YOUR DAY SO FAR

WE HAVE A LOT TO WATCH HERE LET'S GET YOU RIGHT INTO THE IMPACT FROM OUR NEXT SNOW SYSTEM, AND IT'S GOING TO BE THE FIRST SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL OF THE WINTER SEASON HERE SO WE HEAD INTO YOUR SUNDAY MORNING ALL IS CLEAR HERE LOCALLY, BUT IF YOU HAVE FAMILY TRAVELING FROM THE SOUTH, AND I'M TALKING AS CLOSE AS NEW YORK, THIS SNOW WILL BE STARTING TO ARRIVE, AND THAT RAIN MIX FOR AREAS OF THE MID-ATLANTIC NOW, AS WE HEAD INTO SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING, THAT'S WHEN THE SNOW MOVES IN FOR US, AND IT'S GOING TO BE HEAVY RIGHT ON INTO MONDAY

SOME LINGERING SNOW SHOWERS TUESDAY MORNING, BUT FOR A GOOD PORTION OF YOUR TUESDAY, WE WILL BE DRY SO THE STORM IS OUT TO OUR WEST YOU CAN SEE THAT SNOW STILL EXTENDING THROUGH MUCH OF THE NORTHERN PLAINS RAIN MAKING ITS WAY INTO THE MIDWEST IT'S GOING TO HAVE A BIG IMPACT ON A LOT OF THOSE COLLEGE FOOTBLL GAMES TODAY

LOCALLY, HIGH PRESSURE IS IN PLACE, KEEPING US IN THE CLEAR IT IS CHILLY, AND THAT COOL AIR IS GOING TO SET US UP AS THIS STORM SYSTEM APPROACHES HERE IT IS SUNDAY MORNING AND YOU CAN SEE THAT MIX MAKING ITS WAY INTO NEW JERSEY, PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW YORK AND THEN EVENTUALLY PUSHING NORTHWARD IN THE FORM OF SNOW FOR US WE HAVE A SECONDARY AREA OF LOW PRESSURE THAT'S FORMING OFF OF THE COAST OF NEW JERSEY, AND THAT'S WHAT'S GOING TO COMPLICATE THINGS FOR US, BECAUSE ALTHOUGH WE DO HAVE SNOW TO BEGIN, AS THIS LOW PRESSURE TRACKS THROUGH, THERE'S GOING TO LIKELY BE A CHANGEOVER TO RAIN AS WE SEE SOME WARM AIR STARTING TO INTRUDE

SO LET'S GET YOU THROUGH THE TIMELINE WE MOVE INTO THE AFTERNOON TOMORROW THAT'S WHEN THE SNOW ARRIVES IN THE MORNING TOMORROW, JUST DEALING WITH SOME CLOUDS AS WE HEAD INTO SUNDAY EVENING, THIS IS THE WORST TIME FOR TRAVEL

SO SUNDAY EVENING, THE SNOW IS HEAVY IT'S PILING UP QUICKLY AND WE HAVE SOME HEAVY SNOWFALL RATES, WHICH MEANS, OF COURSE, VISIBILITY WILL BE LOW SO TRY TO AVOID THE ROADS DURING THIS TIMEFRAME AS WE HEAD INTO MIDNIGHT TOMORROW NIGHT INTO MONDAY, YOU CAN SEE RAIN STARTING TO PUSH ON TO THE COASTLINE FROM THE SOUTH

THAT'S WHY TOTALS WILL BE SIGNIFICANTLY LESS DOWN HERE BUT BOSTON'S NOT IN THE CLEAR THE RAIN WILL PUSH IN FOR BOSTON AS WELL AND FOR MANY AREAS ALONG THE MASS PIKE, WE'LL LIKELY SEE A MIX EXTENDING EVEN ON TO 495 AREAS NORTH AND WEST OF 495 STAY AS ALL SNOW INTO MONDAY MORNING THIS IS WHERE THE HEAVIEST SNOW IS EXPECTED, BUT PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU PLAN AS YOU HEAD INTO MONDAY MORNING

THIS RAIN IS GOING TO, OF COURSE, PLAY A FACTOR WITH HOW MUCH SNOW IS ON THE GROUND BY THE TIME YOU WAKE UP ON MONDAY MORNING DESPITE HOW MUCH FALLS IN THE OVERNIGHT NOW, AS WE HEAD INTO MONDAY AFTERNOON, THAT SNOW TO THE NORTHWEST IS ACTUALLY GOING TO PUSH BACK SOUTHWARD AS COLD AIR MAKES A RETURN HERE ON THE BACK END OF THE SYSTEM, AND THAT'S GOING TO BRING AN ADDITIONAL COUPLE OF INCHES HERE AS WE HEAD FROM MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY MORNING THAT MEANS AS YOU WAKE UP TUESDAY MORNING, AN ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATION OF SNOWFALL, AND THAT CAN MEAN POOR TRAVEL FOR TUESDAY MORNING AS WELL WINTER STORM WATCH FOR MUCH OF THE AREA THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING, BUT WE HAVE A WINTER STORM WARNING IN PINK, AND THAT'S FOR A GOOD PORTION OF WORCESTER COUNTY AND NORTHWESTERN PORTIONS OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY SOUTH OF THE CITY, 1-3 INCHES FOR MOST OF THE SOUTH SHORE

CAPE, COATING TO AN INCH IT'S ALL BECAUSE OF THAT QUICK TURNOVER TO RAIN AS WE HEAD INTO LATE SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING THAT'S GOING TO KEEP OUR TOTALS A BIT LESS MOVING NORTH OF ROUTE 2, JUST ABOUT A FOOT IF NOT MORE THIS IS THE BEST CHANCE FOR THAT HEAVY ACCUMULATION OF SNOWFALL

NOW, AS I TAKE YOU IN HERE, YOU CAN SEE 6-12 INCHES, FROM 495 TO 128 METROWEST, I HAVE A FEELING YOU'RE GOING TO BE TOWARD THE MID TO HIGHER END OF THAT RANGE BUT FROM 128 PUSHING INTO BOSTON, 3-6 INCHES BOSTON ON THE LOWER END OF THAT RANGE BECAUSE OF THAT TURNOVER WE ALSO HAVE THAT EAST WIND WHICH, OF COURSE, PLAYS A PART FOR BOSTON AND MUCH OF THE COASTLINE

THE WIND GETS A BIT GUSTY AND STRONG FOR SUNDAY EVENING INTO MONDAY, BUT THE POTENTIAL FOR GUSTS NEAR 50 DOWN TOWARD NANTUCKET, NEAR 30 FOR BOSTON JUST ENOUGH OF A PERSISTENT AND STRONG WIND THAT WE COULD SEE SOME SPLASH-OVER WITH THE HIGH TIDE FOR EARLY ON MONDAY MORNING AND AGAIN FOR MONDAY AFTERNOON BUT COASTAL FLOODING NOT GOING TO BE A BIG IMPACT WITH THIS SYSTEM FOR NOW, WE'RE CLEAR WE'RE AT 28 DEGREES

THERE'S A STRONG CHILL WITH HIGHS IN THE 30'S HERE THAT WIND WILL MAKE THESE 30'S FEEL LIKE THE 20'S AND THAT COLD AIR GETS EVEN STRONGER TONIGHT AS WE ACTUALLY DROP DOWN TO THE TEENS FOR MANY LOCATIONS THAT'S, OF COURSE, GOING TO BE A BIG FACTOR AS THIS SYSTEM STARTS TO APPROACH OUR AREA IMPACT WEATHER FOR YOUR SUNDAY AND MONDAY

TUESDAY, I'M MAKING IT A NUISANCE WEATHER IMPACT FOR THE MORNING HOURS MOST OF THE DAY WILL BE DRI DRICHLT — DRY FOR STORMTEAM 5, I'M

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