Snow today as long range forecast becomes more unclear

Snow will be falling today in NE as a warm front pushes north. The warm front will bring warm air and this will cause a mix at the coast and some light rain tomorrow. After that the forecast really becomes extremely unclear. Models like the idea of  a coastal storm developing Friday or Saturday with an extremely large trough digging down through the eastern third of the country. Models have been backing off on that solution however there is a possibility to see a storm develop Monday.

Stay Tuned!

-Jack

Snowy forecast for NE

NE will see some snow in the next few days. Todays snow will be focused in ME and NH however tomorrow will bring snow to NEs entirety. This will bring 2-4″ in ME and NH. MA will be in the 1-3″ range with RI and CT only seeing a dusting to 1″. More possible storms in the long range but due to huge model uncertainty, it is far to early to go into details.

Stay tuned!

-JAck

Snow changing to rain today (update )

Warm air will continue to push northward today and will have everyone over to rain with the exception of the north and mountains where cold air and snow will hang on for the remainder of the day. Even in the mountains, a change to freezing rain is expected dropping around .15-.3″ of ice. The whole storm clears out late this evening leaving a goregoues weekend for all.

Rain on friday for the coast

Models have been tracking a little bit farther west and that means rain for the coast as well as some freezing rain and snow at the very beginning. Snow/mix/freezing rain will all change over to rain around daybreak. Inland will see snoe changing to mix/freezing rain around midday and Te mountains will see mostly snow with occaionial sleet mixing in. Amounts will go as following: Southern coast as well as the immediate middcoast and southern interior-1-2″ inland and midcoast and foothills-3-6″ Mountains and North 4-8″.

Stay tuned!

-JAck

Friday could be a very tricky forecast

Now we watch our next storm that is currently in Texas will move up the coast today and tomorrow. It will reach the Mid Atlantic states Thursday into Thursday night. NE will get the brunt of this storm friday with a strong coastal front like many storms this season. This will set up a definite rain/snow line and we will see where this goes.

Stay tuned!

Jack

Not as mild but still above average

Today a cold front moved through the area bringing in cooler temps for the week topping out wednesday in the mid to lower 30s for southern NH and southern ME 30s south into CT and 40s South to Philadelphia. 50s into VA and MD. Thursday will be similar and partly cloudy like wednesday. Friday will feature precipitation in northern NE but is a little early to go into details.

Stay tuned!

-Jack

Mild start to the week

It is a mild start to the workweek this week with a strong low pressure over the Great Lakes will track northward through Ontario and eventually Northern Quebec. This low will swing a warm front north through the area tonight bringing a period of light rain at the coast, and freezing rain or rain inland with possibly some snow changing to rain in the far north and mountains. Tuesday will be extremely mild with 50 degrees in Portland and Yarmouth anywhere north of that will see temps in the 40s except for the mountains where around 40 or a little under can be expected.

Mid Atlantic: Cold front Tuesday will bring cooler temps to the area and will bring a line of showers and t-storms Tuesday.

Stay tuned!

-Jack