1981 – SURPRISE COASTAL STORM DROPS 25” SNOW ACROSS COASTAL NEW ENGLAND.
WEATHER-CAST: A WEAK DISTURBANCE GOES BY TO OUR SOUTH TODAY….SOME FLURRIES, MAINLY ACROSS THE MID-ATLANTIC….WITH HIGHS NEAR 40. COLD AND DRY WEATHER SHOULD CONTINUE TONIGHT AND RIGHT INTO LATE WEEK. DAYTIME TEMPS MAINLY IN 30S…NIGHTS…20S.
LOOKS LIKE THE WEEKEND SHOULD BE A DRY AND COLD ONE. WE USE THE WORD “SHOULD” BECAUSE A SOUTHERN WINTER-LIKE STORM WILL NEED TO BE WATCHED AS IT SLIDES OFF THE SE COAST ON SUNDAY. DOES IT TURN NORTH..OR GO OUT TO SEA? RIGHT NOW WE THINK IT WILL HEAD FOR THE OCEAN.
TDY: PARTLY SUNNY – 35-40
TNTE: CLEAR – 15-20
THURS: PARTLY CLOUDY – LOWER 40S
FRI: SUN – SOME CLOUDS- BRISK – 35-40
SAT: SUNNY- LOWER 30S
Above…animated maps for the next 2 days. West coast storm heads across southland and will bring rain and wintry weather eastward to Southeast by late this weekend. Storm looks to stay south of DCA. Below – satellite and radar – showing some snowshowers in Ohio Valley which will move across Mid Atlantic today.
Below – snowfall predictions for the next 5 days…..followed by rainfall over the next 7 days.