#Foureaster Over & No Other Noreasters Showing Up (For Now)

#Foureaster Over & No Other Noreasters Showing Up (For Now)

#Foureaster Over & No Other Noreasters Showing Up (For Now)

#Foureaster Over & No Other Noreasters Showing Up (For Now)

What a snowstorm it was for Eastern Pennsyvlania to NYC & Long Island with many areas seeing over a foot and Long Island getting the sledgehammer last night when it snowed at rates approaching 5 inches an hour in some places leaving 15 to 20 inches. This March has produced entire season snowfall amounts in 3 weeks! Fortunately from the standpoint of wind this was a big under performer which minimized power outages. Trees looked like they were weeping in pain this morning from the weight of the heavy wet snow. The zone that got less than everyone appears to much of Connecticut and Southeastern New England away from the coast where dry air had a strong impact.

#Foureaster Over & No Other Noreasters Showing Up (For Now)

At least we have some down time ahead of us as the major storm departs the East and a major storm arrives in the Western US but in between it is quiet and we should not have any serious weather issues to contend with over the next 7 days. We are dealing with some leftover clouds today but some sunshine is breaking through and it is a bit on the breezy side. Temperatures will rebound into the 40s this afternoon The satellite shows the storm offshore with clouds back into the Eastern Great Lakes. We have a couple of upper air disturbances to work through but they shouldn’t be any big deal.

US SATELLITE

storm free

REGIONAL RADAR

storm free

Radars are quiet for the most part so we are in good shape there. The next 4 days will be cold for this time of year with highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s to lower 30s. Some clouds will appear from time to time today and Friday and late Friday afternoon there could be a rain or snow shower. The weekend looks good but again on the chilly side with some sunshine and highs both days in the 40s. A storm system will pass by to our south on Saturday with consequence here.

Next week we actually could see temperatures warm up into the 50s as a ridge builds along the East Coast. No rain is in the forecast until later next Tuesday at the earliest. Time to enjoy the dry stretch though it continues to be chilly as compared to average.

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