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Good day everyone!
Kind of a repeat situation over the next 3 – 4 days. A low currently swinging SE, north of NY State, will slide off the coast over the next 15 hours and begin to deepen. This will help reinforce current snowfall now occurring over portions of New England and the NE where recent snowfall and blizzard conditions were experienced. This low is forecast to move NNE and begin to clear the coast over the next 30 hours. I look for snow and winter precipitation to taper off early Saturday morning and clearing on Saturday evening. Look for sustained offshore winds to reach lower end tropical storm force west of the center early Saturday, then mid range tropical storm force winds over the Gulf of Maine early Saturday afternoon.
A short break is in store, and then another low begins to develop around the southern Ohio/ northern TN valley regions, centered near KY late Sunday evening. This low is currently projected to move ENE, and slide offshore just along the coastal area of MD. by Monday morning, where it will begin to deepen. I look for more snow, and/or wintry precipitation to pick up again on Monday within the circled areas. Look for sustained onshore winds to reach lower end tropical storm force along portions of the east coast. As of the time of analysis, I am currently not anticipating blizzard conditions.
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Have a blessed day!
T. F. “STORM” WALSH III
GMCS, USCG (ret)
METEOROLOGIST / HURRICANE SPECIALIST / SEVERE WEATHER SPECIALIST
MEMBER WEST CENTRAL FLORIDA AMS