This is a very in depth (Nerdy) update on the storm potential, so for all of the “I just want the facts people” here is a brief overview. Overview •All major models support snowfall between Thursday and Saturday •The probability of a minor to major storm continues to increase, but is not yet certain. •Snowfall […]
Here is a quick look at our week ahead, it looks both cold and potentially stormy. The timeframe to watch is from Wednesday night into early Friday, for what may be a two part, long duration snow event. With the very cold arctic airmass in place, it won’t take much moisture to squeeze out a […]
A few models are showing the possibility of a very light coating of snow overnight on Christmas Eve. The location differs on the models, with one showing a stripe of snow through most of the region with a bullseye through the Mid Hudson Valley. And the other model showing the snow right along our southwestern […]
Overnight clouds will increase ahead of an approaching Alberta Clipper, snow breaks out from SW to NE across the region between 3-5AM. Snow ends between 4-6pm with a total accumulation of 2-5 inches across the region. Below is a snowfall forecast from the NAM model showing where some of the pockets of heavier snow may […]
Below you will find the snowfall totals for our first significant storm of the season.
Current Radar – As you can see light snow continues to fall across the HV (red circle), but the heavier snow is across Southern PA and working towards our area. It appears the conditions will begin to deteriorate quickly after 5pm, these bands will create snowfall rates of an inch or more per hour, which will […]