Saturday, February 9, 2013
Take a photo of the snow falling out your window right now and upload it to Martha's Vineyard Patch!
Saturday, February 9
We're asking readers to submit their best photos of the snow outside their windows! Snap a photo out the window or door of your home and upload it by clicking the big button above this text. Cell phone cameras work just fine, too. And if you're an Instagram user, upload your best photos with the app as well! Be sure to get your up-to-the-minute storm coverage with the Martha's Vineyard Patch Storm Center. NOTE: Only photos uploaded to the site will be featured; please do not email photos.
When will the snow taper off? Patch has the latest weather forecast.
Snow showers could remain heavy at times today, according to the National Weather Service. There will be a high near 29 degrees. It will be very windy, with a north wind 33 to 40 mph. Winds could gust as high as 50 mph. New snow accumulation is expected to be between 6 to 10 inches. The National Weather Service has declared a coastal flood watch for the entire Massachusetts coast line — including the Vineyard. Forecasters say "numerous coastal roads" could become impassable during this morning's high tide. It could be accompanied by large waves and a storm surge of two-three feet, the Weather Service warns. Snow showers will begin to taper off into the afternoon. It will be mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly clear, with a …
Martha's Vineyard is expected up to get 18 inches of snow this weekend. See how many inches have fallen in your area with the LIVE map below.
Saturday, February 9
The map above, provided by the National Weather Service, shows snowfall in the past 24 hours. It is updated every 6 hours. This is not a map showing overall snow depth: It only tracks the amount of snow that has fallen in the past day. The map is centered around the red marker, which is in Martha's Vineyard Patch's coverage area.
Friday, February 8, 2013
All you need to know to stay connected to the island during what could be an historic storm.