Showers Fog Warmer 60s Thursday Snow Saturday Into Sunday Morning

Showers Fog Warmer 60s Thursday Snow Saturday

Showers Fog Warmer 60s Thursday Snow Saturday

The first push of warm air came in today as temperatures moved up into the 50s in most areas. Now we have the second surge of even warmer air coming in for Thursday. In the transition tonight we will have showers and fog. The  showers will be out by daybreak Thursday. Then clouds should give way to some breaks of sun especially inland as we head up into the 60s.

THURSDAY’S FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURES

The satellite picture this evening shows more clouds moving in from the west as a warm front pushes eastward. The regional radar below beginning to show some showers well to the west that will move in during the early morning hours and then they should be gone by sunrise.

US SATELLITE

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REGIONAL RADAR

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Thursday night into Friday morning a cold front approaches with some more showers. Then once the front moves through Friday morning it will turn colder. Temperatures early Friday will still be very warm but we should see temperatures falling later in the day and we will be down in the 20s by Saturday morning.

JOE’S EARLY CALL SNOW FORECAST FOR SATURDAY INTO SUNDAY MORNING

Showers Fog Warmer 60s Thursday Snow Saturday

We have been saying that the only way it snows in this pattern is if we get something to come along when we get one of these cold shots. This is exactly what is happening on Saturday as a wave develops on Friday’s cold front that stalls out to our south. Snow will develop during the afternoon and the bulk will fall Saturday night. Accumulations at the coast will depend on whether warm air gets pinched off and reduced. Right now we are thinking a slushy inch or two for coastal areas but inland it should be a wet snow that could accumulate 3 to 5 inches in colder areas north and west. This is an early call snow forecast. Weather models have been trending colder over the last two days and we will watch to see if that trend continues. That could mean some upside for coastal areas if cold air becomes more important.

NAM MODEL FORECAST SATURDAY NIGHT CLICK TO ANIMATE

The latest NAM model forecast into Saturday night shows an even colder solution with a wrapped up surface low developing offshore and snow just about everywhere from Delaware and Maryland to Southern New England. This would completely pinch off the warm air and keep it mostly snow even for coastal areas. We aren’t completely ready to support this idea however the trends are moving in this direction. We have lots of time to do some adjusting in snow amounts. Snow ends overnight into Sunday morning and weather conditions improve rapidly on Sunday. Since there is no real cold air behind this temperatures will likely warm up rather quickly next week.

 

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