ADVISORIES: WINTER STORM WATCH WED. A.M. THRU THURSDAY A.M.
A SKINNY RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL GIVE US FAIR, SEASONABLY CHILLY WEATHER TODAY WITH HIGHS IN 40S AND A FAIR AMOUNT OF SUN. NOW LET’S LOOK WEST. A STORM IN THE DAKOTAS WILL HEAD INTO THE LAKES, WHILE A SECOND STORM FORMS ALONG THE VIRGINIA COAST. FIRST…CLOUDS MARCH IN TUESDAY, THEN FROM TUESDAY NIGHT THRU WED. NITE THE STORM MOVES UP THE COAST WITH WIND..AND PCPN THAT CAN VARY FROM JUST SNOW TO A MIXTURE OR JUST PLAIN RAIN. AWAY FROM THE COAST…KEEP YOUR SHOVELS NEARBY…NEAR THE COAST…IT’S UP IN THE AIR, BUT WHITE IS IN THE EQUATION.
1872: SEVERE COLD WAVE IN THE EAST: N.Y.C. DROPS TO +3….BOSTON – 8
TODAY: VARIABLY CLOUDY- WITH A SCATTERED SNOWSHOWER – LOWER 40S
TNTE: CLEARING – MID 20S
TUES: SUN AND CLOUDS – 40-45
WED: SNOW LIKELY – MID 30S
Witer storm in Dakotas will head east and reform along the mid Atlantic coast as a Nor’easter by Wednesday. Although not as strong as the last one…it could deliver a good punch of winter with wet snow to the tune of over 6″ inland…less along the coast. Below – animated maps showing this…followed by predicted snowfall and rainfall amounts.