Monday, February 11, 2013
The National Weather Service has the answer. Do you have a different one?
There's no doubt about it — the recent blizzard left quite a bit of snow for Concord to clean up. But how much snow? The National Weather Service says Concord got 22 inches of snow. Snowfall amounts have also been recorded for several other local towns, including Lexington, Wayland and Maynard. Did you take snowfall measurements in Concord? How much snowfall did the town get? Tell us in the comments section below. In the meantime, here are the snowfall amounts for the nearby cities and towns (provided by the National Weather Service):
Thursday, March 1, 2012
A mix of rain and snow falls while heavier snow is expected later.
Concord has found its first back-to-back snowfall in 2012. With Leap Day weather on Wednesday leaving a little over an inch of snow on the ground, a mix of rain and snow fell late morning Thursday. Roads grew more slippery around 11 a.m., making for messy conditions heading into lunchtime. Sidewalks had been completely shoveled in and around Concord Center, while an abundance of snowplows could be seen throughout town, particularly around the Rte. 2 corridor. A winter storm warning remains in effect for the Concord area until 6 p.m. Total snow accumulations are estimated to be between eight and 12 inches.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Snow could bring up to 10 inches.
A winter storm watch is in effect for Concord from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). Forecasts call for snow to begin falling around 1 p.m. tomorrow, becoming “heavy at times” with poor visibility. Snow accumulation could be between six and 10 inches, with a light coating of ice, by Thursday afternoon. NWS also reports that winds may gust up to 20 MPH and temperatures will be in the mid-30s.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Snow will fall during most of Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
Concord may see 2 to 4 inches of snow over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. NWS has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for the area with snow showers expected Friday night and steady snow on Saturday. The steady snow should taper off by 5 p.m. Saturday and then snow showers are expected Saturday night. The snowy conditions will be joined by fog and winds that may exceed 21 mph. NWS said there is a “moderate to high probability that winter weather advisories will be needed for a portion of southern New England.” The heaviest snowfall should hit southeastern Massachusetts, but NWS warned that a shift in the storm track could result in changes in the type of precipitation and amount.