Weather with Pat Pagano – February 6

A WEAK COLD FRONT MOVES BY TODAY…SOME SNOW SHOWERS IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS, OTHERWISE LOTS OF CLOUDS…..WHICH CONTINUE TONIGHT. A STORM CUTTING ACROSS THE TENNESSEE VALLEY WILL HEAD NORTHEAST.  JUST HOW QUICK THE COLD AIR LEAVES AND THE MOISTURE ARRIVES WILL DETERMINE WHO GETS SNOW AND HOW MUCH ON WEDNESDAY. TO COMPLICATE THIS..A LOW MAY FORM ALONG THE COAST. OUR TAKE RIGHT NOW – APPALACHIANS TO NORTHERN HALF OF NEW ENGLAND GETS 6” + COASTAL SECTIONS FROM DELAWARE TO MAINE – SNOW TO RAIN.LATE WEEK SHOULD BE SEASONABLY COLD, WITH CLOUDS WINNING OUT.

WEATHER TRIVIA:

1978 – ONE OF THE WORST STORMS OF THE 20TH CENTURY FOR MIDATLANTIC AND NEW ENGLAND. 38” AT WOONSOCKET – RHODE ISLAND, 27” BOSTON,MA., 25” ON LONG ISLAND WITH HURRICANE FORCE WINDS.

 

SHORT VERSION:

TDY: MOSTLY CLOUDY –– MID  30S

TNTE: CLOUDY – 20

WED: SNOW LIKELY – INTO NIGHT. HIGHS 30 – ACCUMULATIONS OF 6”-12” NORTH AND WEST

BUT 4” TO 8” ELSEWHERE

THURS: PARTLY SUNNY – MID 30S

FRI: SOME SUN – LATE SNOW SHOWERS – LOWER 30S

Weather with Pat Pagano – February 6
Weather With Pat Pagano

 
 
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