The most recent storm dumped a foot and a half of light, fluffy powder. In Southeastern Mass. There was a sharp cutoff north and west of Boston, with only a few inches outside of 128. And nothing up in ski country. But unlike most of the storms this winter, the pattern doesn’t appear to be conspiring to send a plume of warm air to melt it all away. It’s cold enough that any warm air that does arrive on Saturday will just spread some light snow about, perhaps a few inches to freshen conditions.
And then? More cold. More snow. And several opportunities for a proper storm. It would be nice to have more of a base, but it’s hard to have a pattern that looks better than what we are looking at for the next few weeks.