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Greetings again everyone!
Snow and wintry weather will continue today mainly from VA., northward over the NE and New England areas. Rain is on tap for much of the southern tier of states later on this afternoon into evening. Based on analysis of the current forecast surface maps, I expect all of this precipitation to be clearing the east coast, moving into the Atlantic by early Friday morning.
Once again, the majority of very cold air will remain over the same areas as it has been over the past few weeks for the next 24 – 30 hours, with the extreme south remaining mild. The following days 3, 4, and 5 minimum temperature maps do indicate a slow modification to milder temperatures, remaining in place in the 5 – 7 day period from 06Z this morning. Look for more winter precipitation to start again on Saturday for the NE and New England areas.
GFS 72 HOUR MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FORECAST MAP
GFS 96 HOUR MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FORECAST MAP
GFS 120 HOUR MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FORECAST
The following maps are projected snowfall accumulations from the GFS and NAM models. It is not a forecast as to what definite totals will be, as conditions can and do change. These maps are to provide you with some basic information as to what the models believe may happen.
Given that we are heading into spring, I’m surprised we haven’t had a threat for severe weather yet…which I am sure is ok by all of us.
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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