Cape Cod Forecast
Monday Night: Clouds hanging tough around the area. Maybe a few holes in the overcast now and then. Temperatures slowly dropping back through the 40s and down into the 30s.
Tuesday: Cloudy with flurries developing during the morning and transitioning to periods of light to moderate snow. As we push through the afternoon, snow will fall steadily, leaving us with a general 2 to 3″ of snow. Temperatures in the 30s – falling to the freezing mark in the afternoon. Latest snowfall forecast.
Wednesday: Partly to mostly sunny. Windy. Cold. Highs generally around 30°F. Busy west to northwest winds.
Thursday: A mixture of sunshine and passing clouds. A scattered flurry or snow shower. Windy. Very cold…temperatures in the 20s. Down into the 10s at night with strong winds.
Friday: A mix of sun and clouds. Breezy. Cold. A passing flurry or snow shower possible – especially on the Outer Cape. Highs in the 20s.
Saturday: Cloudy skies with a touch of snow or snow changing to rain possible. Highs getting back into the 30s.
Sunday: Morning clouds and perhaps a leftover snow shower, otherwise partly sunny. Breezy. Cold. Highs in the lower 30s.
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