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TRURO: Active storm track stretches across the region
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All eyes are on a developing storm that is currently taking shape off the California coast; it has a long way to go. In the meantime, two fast moving, clipper-like systems, will cross the region with less than 5 cm of snow each time. Behind each weak disturbance, we can expect a 24 hour blast of cold. The west coast storm will work its way in from west to east reaching the region Sunday morning. I expect 5 to 10 cm of snow before the changeover to rain by midday; rainfall totals will likely be in the 40 to 50 mm range. Monday will be mild, windy and wet at least for a few hours. A wind shift to the NW will bring a drop in temperature and another pulse of snow behind the departing system. We’re headed for a deep freeze on Tuesday.