Snow Showers Into Monday
Snow Showers Into Monday
After last night’s snow show that produced anywhere from a coating to 1/2 a foot from Northeastern Pennsylvania and Northwest New Jersey northeastward into the Hudson Valley. It came with lightning and thunder, strong winds, and blinding snows. It was quite the surprise in terms of the magnitude. Considering that it was in the 60s to near 70 just hours before the snowfall was even more amazing.
Snow reports as of 9:30am as reported by the National Weather Service
LOCATION STORM TOTAL TIME/DATE COMMENTS SNOWFALL OF /INCHES/ MEASUREMENT CONNECTICUT ...FAIRFIELD COUNTY... NEW CANAAN 0.6 543 AM 11/20 TRAINED SPOTTER SHELTON 0.3 720 AM 11/20 PUBLIC NEW JERSEY ...ESSEX COUNTY... CEDAR GROVE 0.5 300 AM 11/20 PUBLIC ...PASSAIC COUNTY... WEST MILFORD 4.5 330 AM 11/20 1100 FT ELEVATION. NEW YORK ...ORANGE COUNTY... SALISBURY MILLS 5.0 825 AM 11/20 PUBLIC 2 NW WEST POINT 4.0 145 AM 11/20 TRAINED SPOTTER KIRYAS JOEL 3.6 815 AM 11/20 PUBLIC ORANGE LAKE 3.0 715 AM 11/20 TRAINED SPOTTER NEW WINDSOR 3.0 715 AM 11/20 PUBLIC FLORIDA 2.5 700 AM 11/20 PUBLIC ...WESTCHESTER COUNTY... POUND RIDGE 1.5 730 AM 11/20 TRAINED SPOTTER
The storm that developed just south of Long Island on the cold front has now moved up into Northern New England and now the lake effect snow machine takes over. Radars are showing increasing activity from that respect in upstate NY. Northeastern NY and Vermont are getting snow from the intensifying storm.
Meanwhile back here at home it is a windy cold and cloudy day with temperatures just into the 40s and win gusts to 30 to 40 mph. Weather models are showing increasing snow shower activity possibly developing tonight into Monday. Any of those snow showers could whiten the ground in spots.
Cold weather will be with us pretty much into midweek. Tonight we will see clouds and some scattered snow showers with lows in the upper 20s to lower 30s. Monday look for windy conditions at times with clouds and some sun and scattered snow showers with highs only in the upper 30s to middle 40s. We should see more sun and fewer clouds on Tuesday with highs in the 40s.
Longer term Wednesday we will see sunshine giving way to arriving clouds with highs in the 40s. The next weather system approaches with some rain later Wednesday night into Thanksgiving day. If precipitation arrives fast enough it could start as some snow or sleet especially as you head north and northwest.
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