Watch out for frigid cold settling in for the weekend, stormy Saturday

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The frigid air is hanging here through the weekend and into next week, with highs struggling to get to the teens and early morning lows bottoming out far below zero. Even if temperatures don’t go below zero, the wind will make it feel like it’s below zero from time to time.

Tired of the snow? Stand by for more…we’re watching another storm system for Valentine’s Day that may begin in the afternoon, bringing a very fluffy snow by evening. This may very well impact romantic plans for the evening, with potentially enough snow to plow by Sunday morning.

And as if that’s not enough, wait until the middle of next week, when another storm will deliver heavy snow and ice. A brutal February is shaping up across all of New England, for sure.

Today: Partly to mostly sunny, blustery and bitterly cold. High: teens.

Saturday: Increasing clouds with the snow developing late in the day. High: 10-15.

Sunday: Windy with snow in the morning, clearing in the afternoon. Highs: teens.

Monday: Record lows possible early in the morning with temperatures well below zero; otherwise, mostly sunny. High: 5-10 above zero.