Models show a disturbance moving through the Southeast U.S. and the strongest winds west of the system.
The snow is falling! First traces of precipitation arrived around 7 p.m. Wednesday. It can get heavy at times overnight.
Well, in about 30 hours we expect to see snow breaking out across the region as an area of low pressure comes up the eastern seaboard.
Old Man Winter is making another comeback this week as we have another challenging storm on our hands that is expected to move in Wednesday night into Thursday.
Here is another week and yet another possible winter storm coming our way.
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.
Currently mostly cloudy and chilly conditions prevail as a weak zone of high pressure moves east of the Northeast Seaboard.
Many spots across the region saw a trace of snow or flurries throughout the day today, but did not amount to much.
A glance at Saturday morning shows a broad area of high pressure, extending from the Ohio Valley eastward into southern New England.
It is without question that we will remain in a cold weather pattern over the next several days. But, we’re also trying to drive the point home that a series of impulses of energy moving across the eastern half of the United States are going to be “fastmovers”, because of the progressive nature of the upper level wind flow.
A chilly day awaits us, although there should be some sun, too. Dry weather will prevail here through Friday night.
An active weather pattern will continue throughout this first week of February, as a series of storms moves across the country and Northeast.