Clouds will begin to clear out late Sunday night into Monday morning. Behind this light snowfall event we will have another shot of cold air which will linger over the viewing area from Monday through Wednesday.
The bright side to the forecast is that dry weather is expected during these days along with at least some sunshine each day.
By Wednesday night into Thursday we will have to contend with a storm that will be moving up the East Coast and could be rapidly intensifying. At this stage the exact track still remains unclear but there will be a storm somewhere near the coast or offshore moving from the Carolinas to New England during this time.
The exact track will be the key to determining who sees snowfall versus any mixing and also the intensity of the precipitation, but at this time it’s safe to say there will be a potentially strengthening coastal storm and rain and snow are a possibility, with a very heavy snowfall possible somewhere from the mid-Atlantic into New England depending on the track.
By Friday or Friday night this storm would be racing off north and east of our area and another, much weaker storm will approach from the west. This storm is more of the clipper variety and with a track likely from the Great Lakes into New England there can be some light rain or snow, but a major storm is not expected from this event.
A third storm could then bring yet another threat for precipitation to the viewing area by the end of the weekend.
So all in all we will have a cold but tranquil start to the week but then the pattern gets active with several chances for precipitation from Wednesday night through the weekend.
Have a great night!
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