More Snow Could Blanket New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts on Valentine’s Day
It's still several days out, but another potential snowstorm is threatening the Seacoast and beyond.
This one, depending on your plans this Sunday, might be the rudest of them all considering it could blanket the region in snow on Valentine's Day.
Early forecasts are predicting a significant amount of snow across New England. According to WBUR, the Boston area could see 4-7 inches while points north, including the Seacoast, are looking forward to 2-5 inches, per current forecasts.
WBUR said they don't expect much coastal flooding or severe winds given the quick-moving nature of the storm.
Still, it's early and weather forecasts change often from day to day. But it does look like the Seacoast and beyond could get another coating of snow, the latest in a recent string of winter storm activity.
There are a large number of restaurants offering both take-out and/or dine-in options for Valentine's Day, and a comprehensive list can be found here.
So whether your plan is to stay in or venture outside on Sunday, keep in mind that winter storm potential exists on the Seacoast and elsewhere across New England.
We will provide more firm weather and snowfall predictions in the coming days. Stay tuned.
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