Noreaster 2 Ends Next Storm Approaches Early Next Week

Noreaster 2 Ends Next Storm Approaches Early Next Week

Noreaster 2 Ends Next Storm Approaches Early Next Week

Noreaster 2 Ends Next Storm Approaches Early Next Week

The map above is what Noreaster 2 did yesterday in terms of total snow fall and this is a great example of how you can’t really do a snow forecast map very well. Notice holes everywhere including in and around NYC where snow falls were generally under 5 inches. Of course there are the huge amounts that fell in New Jersey and Western areas of the Hudson Valley and the a patch that carried east into Route 84 in connecticut before amounts dropped off to the east. These amounts were through 7pm last night so needless to say this map is not the final one. Bear this in mind when you look at a snow forecast going forward. There will always be variables and it will always bust for somebody somewhere.

US SATELLITE

storm free

REGIONAL RADAR

storm free

This morning things are nice and relatively calm here. Snow is now in Eastern New England as the storm churns away in the Gulf of Maine. Since it plans on sitting off the Northern New England coast for awhile, we will see occasional upper air disturbances moving through from time to time today and Friday which means we will have in and out sun both today and Friday with highs into the 40s and the occasional passing brief rain or snow shower in some places.

LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY

storm free

LOCAL RADAR PHILADELPHIA
storm free

The weekend looks good overall with sunshine and clouds for Saturday and Sunday we will see sunshine give way to arriving clouds. Highs both days will be in the 40s. The next storm will be moving across the south and heading for the Carolnias. Yesterday’s storm will be sitting near New Foundland which creates “room” issues.

NAM MODEL SUNDAY 2PM MARCH 11, 2018

Noreaster 2 Ends Next Storm Approaches Early Next Week

Having three of these storms in eight days is a little unusual. Yesterday’s storm sitting offshore means there may not be enough room for this one to turn up the east coast and that the greater threat would be for Southern New Jersey southward this time around. One would lean in this direction except for the fact that lately they seem to find away toward us. This will be another case of close examination of the upper air pattern along the east coast beginning later today.

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