Good morning, as a follow up to yesterdays post, we have a favorable upper air setup for late next weekend and even all of Christmas week. This increases the chances for cold,snow and potentially a white Christmas. There will be up to two storm threats Christmas week, but lets focus real quick again on the threat I discussed yesterday for late next weekend.
I explained the ingredients necessary for a east coast winter storm in the last post when we take a look up to 18,000ft in the atmosphere. For today, lets look at surface projections for next weekend from three different models.
All three major models are hinting at a storm developing late next weekend. The exact details still need to unfold, but I am discussing this threat because the upper air pattern supports it. Thus, the potential is real this time for a colder storm. All due to how the ingredients below end up coming together..
More to come.