Thursday, March 31, 2016

Thursday Morning Note: Quick Update on Next Week

My thoughts have not changed much since yesterday. Everyone experiences the big chill late this weekend into early next week but not all will be impacted by accumulating snow. At this time I still favor New England for accumulating snow next week. I think with Sunday's passage of the arctic front everyone sees snow showers including the tri-state. A few inches might accumulate further north. On Monday night into Tuesday a clipper system should target the I-90 corridor (NY state into Mass). Flakes will prob fly near NJ, PA but I do not expect anything news worthy. We then still are on track for a bigger storm next Friday which could cause big issues for interior New England especially upstate NY.

So to start off, here is updated look at temps Sunday morning as the chill arrives..



This is very cold for early April. Highs will not get past the low 40's on Sunday for the Tri-State. Much colder to the north. 

On Sunday we have the arctic front that is responsible for these temps. I expect some snow showers possible as this front moves through..



We then have our clipper that moves in later in the day on Monday through Tuesday afternoon..


Several inches of snow is possible up in NY state into Mass, VT, NH, especially higher elevations..


We then will be watching how a potential bigger storm evolves for late next week. Big model spread still on this concurring. If this storm does form it would target the interior especially NY state. Stay tuned for details on this. 

I will have a video out tonight breaking all of this down more. Its April and we still got weather to talk about!


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