Plunging into the New Year with sleet in the forecast

Since it’s safer to be outside, why not go for a plunge?
A few brave souls did just that at the M Street beach in South Boston Friday in what has become a New Year’s tradition.
But they may be thankful for the weather they encountered on Friday as a cool day in the mid 30s on Saturday will give way to about an inch of snow or sleet overnight into Saturday. The winter weather advisory remains in effect until 10 a.m. Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
Expect total snow accumulations of up to 2 inches and ice accumulations of around one tenth of an inch, but mostly in central, eastern, northeastern and western Massachusetts, the weather service reports. Greater Boston will see rain.
More rain and snow is expected late Sunday into Monday. For now, watch out for slippery conditions for the next few days.
South Boston, MA. – January 1: A woman screams out as she dunks into the frigid waters at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: A woman enjoys the frigid waters at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Michelle Boyer of Whitman screams out as she dunks into the frigid waters at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Scotty Dee of the L Street Brownieshas been jumping into the water every day for the past 20 years, January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Greg O’Connor of Natick and a member of the L street brownies swims off of the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Greg O’Connor of Natick and a member of the L street brownies dries off at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Greg OÕConnor of Natick and a member of the L street brownies swims off of the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Peggy and Brian Killea of
Bridgewater kiss after jumping in the cold waters at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Eve Lenson and
Brian Triglione of South Boston with their dog Chance jump into the frigid water at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: People run into the frigid waters at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: A couple runs into the frigid waters at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Eve Lenson and
Brian Triglione of South Boston with their dog Chance jump into the frigid water at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Jay, Tyler, 5 and John Cleary of Quincy run into the cold waters at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: A woman screams out as she dunks into the frigid waters at the M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)South Boston, MA. – January 1: Brian Triglione of South Boston does a handstand in the frigid waters at M Street Beach on January 1, 2021 in South Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)Show Caption of Expand

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