The region saw another snowstorm this week, with snow starting to fall after midnight on Saturday and continuing all day Sunday, with brief periods of reprieve. The light snow took a long time to accumulate, ending with just 3-4 inches. Snow continued all night Sunday to early morning on Monday, when frigid temperatures took hold. The single digits, combined with wind chills brought some places below zero on Monday, 2/14/22. Roads were treacherous, but plows were able to clear it a lot easier than the blizzard snow, which reached 18 inches in some places.
The forecast shows several warm days that should completely melt the snow, with temps getting into the 40s this week. Those warm temps will also bring some heavy rain and wind, maybe even thunderstorms. The weekend should be sunny and warm at about 40 degrees. Visit westislandweather.com for weather info.
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