of Massachusetts Lowell Weather Center
Lowell Area Forecast
Issued: Thursday, March 5th, 2014 at 8:00 A.M.
UML Student Meteorologist: Dominic Scarano
Merrimack Valley Regional
Good morning! Any light
snow you woke up to will be ending this morning as a frontal boundary
moves off to our east. Precipitation formed along this boundary
overnight and brought snow to southern New England with extreme
southern New England seeing the most snowfall accumulations. The Lowell
area should only see an inch or so at most, if that. Clouds will begin
to clear throughout the day bringing mostly cloudy conditions for today
with highs in the upper 20s and lows dropping into the mid single
digits. After today, high pressure builds in to the west and our
weather becomes fairly boring once again. Expect mostly sunny skies
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with a slight warming trend into the mid
30s on Sunday from the upper 20s on Friday, but we should be clear of
precipitation. An upper level low moves north of us on Monday which
could potentially bring some light snow showers, but that certainly
doesn't look to be a big deal. It should a quiet and sunny weekend
overall. Have a great day!
Short Term Forecast
ThursdaySnow ends in the morning with clearing in the afternoon. Highs near 29. Northwest winds 10-15 mph.
Partly cloudy and cold. Lows near 7. Light northwest winds.
Mostly sunny. Highs near 27. Light northwest winds turning southwest.
Mostly clear. Lows near 11.
Partly cloudy. Highs near 34.
Partly cloudy. Lows near 21.
Partly cloudy with clouds moving in overnight. Highs near 36, lows near 21.
Mostly cloudy with the chance of light morning snow showers. Highs near 39.
This forecast will be updated on Friday, March 6th,
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