of Massachusetts Lowell Weather Center
Lowell Area Forecast
Issued: Sunday, December 21st, 2014 at 8:00 A.M.
UML Student Meteorologist: Kyle Sisco
Merrimack Valley Regional
Good morning all, and sorry for the bad news, but it appears the
models are continuing to forecast a storm moving into the area Tuesday
night into Wednesday, which will cause widespread rain showers on
Christmas Eve and into Christmas. With this storm moving through,
it is relatively strong with potential to cause localized flooding, so
be careful with any travel that might be done on either of those days.
In the short term a minor shortwave is coming through the area
today and into tomorrow which will cause some isolated areas of snow
today becoming mixed precipitation as it passes and the area warms up.
Have a Merry Christmas everyone!
Short Term Forecast
Cloudy with isolated snow showers and a high in the mid 30's. Winds will be from the north east at 3-5 mph.
Cloudy with isolated snow showers and a low in the upper 20's. Winds will be light and variable.
Cloudy with isolated mixed precip and a high in the upper 30's. Winds will be light and variable.
Cloudy with isolated mixed precipitation and a low in the low 30's. Winds will be light and variable.
Cloudy with scattered rain showers and a high in the mid 40's. Winds will be from the east at 5-7 mph.
Cloudy with widespread rain showers and a low in the upper 30's. Winds will be from the east at 8-12 mph.
Christmas Eve/Christmas Eve
with widespread rain showers at times heavy. The high will be in
the upper 50's and the overnight low will be about 50.
Cloudy with continued scattered rain showers and a high in the upper 50's.
This forecast will be updated on Monday, December 22nd,
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