Weather Update for March 14 and March 15, 2017

Today: Periods of heavy rain and isolated sleet through this afternoon before the storm wraps up around 1 to 3 p.m. Winds will be 15-30 mph with gusts ranging 50-60 mph. High near 40-45.

Moderate flooding is expected with this morning's high tide. Numerous roadways are expected to flood with many roads becoming impassable. Coastal Flooding Warning will expire at 3 p.m. 

Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Perhaps an Isolated Flurry. Low 20-25. Surface winds will remain gusty and will help push water offshore and out of the back bays. As a result, only spotty minor tidal flooding is expected during tonight's high tide.

Wednesday: Plenty of clouds as flurries/snow showers attempt to develop midday and last through the early evening. High around 32.

Wednesday Night: Any lingering snow shower ends early, otherwise, clouds give way to mainly clear skies by daybreak. Coating to 1" of snow possible. Low near 20.

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