Part two of our trilogy finds us in a winter storm warning until 6 p.m. this evening as flurries are just beginning in our area. According to most radar models, we’re on the edge of the snowline throughout its progression and by most accounts should be changing over to rain around noon as temperatures climb to the upper 30’s from our current 31 degree mark. I only burden you with this installment based on schools having been closed which often times creates the perception of a significant system. In the event conditions deteriorate beyond the assumed, I will circle back mid-day; otherwise, we’ll keep an eye on what the weekend has in store.
About Nauset Management
As a lifelong resident of the outer Cape I was the third generation to pick up the mantel in the family construction business. In my early twenties, I called the Cape my home on weekends as I spent several years working for a variety of off-Cape commercial construction companies. My site supervision resume includes two supermarkets, two HUD projects, a funeral home and a handful of steel industrial buildings as well as various restaurant and office remodels.