The Storm Magnet: One more nor’easter?

Greater Southbridge area to see 10-12″ of snow

By Dan Butler
Citizen Chronicle Contributor

Don’t put away those shovels folks!

For a few days the computers models were showing this week’s storm missing our area, but late yesterday models began trending more northward, and the latest model is not good for those of us that really didn’t want to see yet another snowstorm.

Tuesday is the official beginning of spring, but Wednesday is looking like widespread plowable snow — at least six inches for Southbridge, possibly more depending on how much more North the storm moves.

Long range forecasts show no relief from these cold temps through the end of March, so I guess we will just start counting down to summer: 94 days!

Dan Butler has always enjoyed keeping local folks informed about weather events especially during storm season. He is an NWS certified storm spotter and has two years of training with the Taunton office of the national weather service for southern New England.

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