The weather, currently.
It's going to be brighter and warmer tomorrow after a round of wet snow and gusty winds. Some areas recorded nearly 10 cm of rain.
We will start out Wednesday morning on a bright note, but the kids will need the winter woolies as they head to school, as the wake-up windchill will be near -5. There will be lots of sunshine for the remainder of the day, and the wind will be relatively calm. The high on Wednesday is 10°C, which is still well below the norm of 13°C. But, at least we're in double digits.
Wednesday night: clouds will start to build in late night with yet another system moving in eventually. Rain showers will develop by dawn. The low is 4°C.
What you need to know, currently.
Check out the next Currently Explainer! Currently’s managing editor Zaria Howell talks with some of our meteorologists about how to get through a snowstorm. We know it’s already mid-April, but an intense spring storm is bringing late, yet heavy snow across the Northeast region. It’s always a good time to brush up on your snow storm safety.
Meteorologists say that the best thing to do ahead of a snowstorm is to be prepared. Check to see if your shovel is usable and proceed to shovel the sidewalk and area around you. Make an emergency supply kit for your car, charge your devices and stock your fridge up with basic essentials. Then, as the storm passes, remember to check on your neighbors, make sure your pipes aren’t frozen, and restock for the next storm.
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