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Mild Weekend For Mid-Atlantic, More Snow For New England

gfs_T2m_neus_9This weekend the clipper system has trended farther and farther north. So much so that now temperatures could be in the 50’s on Sunday in DC/Baltimore region and the coldest air around the areas of new England where temperatures should stay bellow freezing. There It may Snow for the next 2-4 days straight as a slow moving low pressure system develops. Several areas could get 6″-8″+ of snow.

February and March is when the battle between spring and winter usually amps up. So now through March may be the best chances of snow for the Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic regions.

Now another thing that is worth noting is the pattern that looks like we will be in over the next several weeks models seem to be indicating that we will be in gfs_asnow_neus_16the coldest air of the season. And looks to be locked in over the eastern half of the nation while the west in General should be mild. Will that lead to more snow? Only time will tell.  But this may be the best set up that the southeast has seen in some time.

Snowfall map for the upcoming storm will be posted late tonight and I will have a review of this winter so far and an outlook for the remaining portions of winter as well as your spring outlook over the weekend.

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