Heavy Mountain Snow in the Northwest; Flooding Possible in the South

Heavy mountain snow and high winds have returned to the Northwestern U.S. today into Friday. Total snow accumulations could reach 3 feet in the higher elevations. Several rounds of heavy showers and thunderstorms tracking from the ArkLaTex into the Tennessee Valley may result in localized flash, urban, and small stream flooding into early next week, along with new river flooding.

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Norton, MA Local Forecast Office

17NM E Hyannis MA

Marine Point Forecast

  • Tonight


    NW 16kt

    Low: 30 °F

  • Friday


    NW 11kt

    High: 35 °F

  • Friday

    Increasing Clouds

    Winds IncreasingS 12kt

    Low: 31 °F

  • Saturday


    Winds IncreasingSSE 24kt
    Waves Building5ft

    High: 46 °F

  • Saturday

    Chance Rain

    SSW 20ktWinds Decreasing
    6ftWaves Subsiding

    Low: 39 °F

  • Sunday

    Rain Likely

    NW 9kt

    High: 43 °F

  • Sunday

    Rain Likely

    SE 12kt

    Low: 40 °F

  • Monday

    Chance Showers

    Winds IncreasingWNW 17kt

    High: 45 °F

  • Monday

    Freezing Spray

    WNW 24kt
    Waves Building7ft

    Low: 25 °F

High and low forecast temperature values represent air temperature.

Associated Zone Forecast which includes this point

Last Update: 3:50 pm EST Feb 25, 2021
Forecast Valid: 6pm EST Feb 25, 2021-6pm EST Mar 4, 2021

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Detailed Forecast

Synopsis: ANZ200-261000- 416 PM EST Thu Feb 25 2021 .Synopsis for Massachusetts and Rhode Island coastal waters... High pressure builds across the waters through early Sat. A cold front crosses the waters late Sat into Sat night. Yet another cold front should pass through the waters Sun night into Mon. For additional information on possible hazardous weather for the week ahead, please visit www.weather.gov/boston/ehwo. $$

NW wind 11 to 16 kt, with gusts as high as 24 kt. Clear. Seas around 2 ft.
NW wind 6 to 11 kt becoming WSW in the afternoon. Sunny. Seas 1 to 2 ft.
Friday Night
SW wind 5 to 8 kt becoming S 9 to 12 kt after midnight. Increasing clouds. Seas around 1 ft.
SSE wind 16 to 19 kt becoming SSE 21 to 24 kt in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 32 kt. Rain. Patchy fog after 1pm. Seas 2 ft building to 5 ft.
Saturday Night
SSW wind 17 to 20 kt becoming WNW 12 to 15 kt in the evening. Winds could gust as high as 28 kt. A chance of rain, mainly before 9pm. Patchy fog. Seas 6 ft subsiding to 4 ft.
NW wind 5 to 9 kt becoming SE in the afternoon. Rain likely, mainly after 4pm. Seas around 3 ft.
Sunday Night
SE wind 9 to 12 kt. Rain likely before 1am, then a chance of rain after 4am. Seas around 3 ft.
WSW wind 10 to 13 kt becoming WNW 14 to 17 kt in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 24 kt. A chance of showers. Seas around 3 ft.
Monday Night
WNW wind 19 to 24 kt. Widespread freezing spray after 4am. Partly cloudy. Seas 4 ft building to 7 ft.

Seas are reported as significant wave height, which is the average of the highest third of the waves. Individual wave heights may be more than twice the significant wave height.


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Point Forecast: 41.65°N 69.93°W
Last Update: 3:50 pm EST Feb 25, 2021
Forecast Valid: 6pm EST Feb 25, 2021-6pm EST Mar 4, 2021
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