I know many of you have felt this way for weeks now and I understand that. As I said last week, getting those thunderstorms with 65 degree temps on a mid February night was a tell tale sign.As impressive as the stratospheric warming is projected to be this month, it is a little too late.
This winter will go down as the big one hit wonder. For New England, it is one of the worst on record in terms of low snowfall. Temps overall where also very warm. So yes guys, my winter forecast was a bust I know that. I hate to take it on the chin but it is what it is. At least we got one historical storm and we all had fun tracking it (you all know I did). I will break down and review my winter forecast later this month.
So this week we have mild conditions with temps in the 50's and rain on Tuesday night into Wednesday morning as a front comes through..
In the wake of this front cold air moves into the area for the weekend..
This is where we do still have to keep our eye on a storm threat. Yes, some of the better weather models are not impressed with this threat but it is still on some maps. The GFS and Canadian for example still try to spin something up..
This wouldn't be anything major but still would cause flakes to fly with minor accumulations. At this time I am leaning towards more of a non event. Stay tuned in case anything changes.
In the wake of this, all signs are now pointing to a surge of warm air for next week..
Thanks for reading, more this week.