WBZ-TV forecast for Jan 24: snow to rain, 3-6 inches, slow commute, warmth, rain, soggy mess.
The forecast for January 24th from WBZ-TV Meteorologist Terry Eliasen is for a front-end thump of snow in the afternoon, bringing a chance of 3-to-6 inches of snow to many interior locations and lesser amounts to those closer to the coastline. This will make for a slow and challenging evening commute, so plan accordingly. As the night progresses, milder air will surge in, changing the snow over to a mixture of ice and rain across the interior, with plain rainfall developing to the south and east. By daybreak Thursday, most of southeastern Massachusetts will have risen to the 50s with strong wind gusts, while interior areas will reach the low 40s during the day. The rain should end early in the day, limiting the impacts on the morning commute.
This is expected to be one of the busiest weeks of winter, so it is important to stay informed with frequent updates from WBZ-TV, CBSBoston.com, and CBS News Boston.
It is important to be prepared for the potential of a slow and challenging evening commute, and to plan accordingly. Knowing the forecast for the day and week ahead can help one to be prepared for whatever weather may come. Taking the time to stay informed with frequent updates from WBZ-TV, CBSBoston.com, and CBS News Boston is key to staying safe.
It is also important to be aware of the changing weather patterns and to be prepared for whatever weather may come. Taking the time to plan ahead and to stay informed will help to ensure safety during this potentially busy week of winter weather.