February 26, 2024

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12:15 PM | ****Intense cold…Midwest/Great Lakes blizzard…Mid-Atlantic/NE US heavy rain, strong winds…impact on playoff games…accumulating snow threat(s) next week I-95 corridor**** — Arcfield Weather

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Over the weekend, howling winds will continue across the Great Lakes and lake-effect snows are likely just downstream of the still largely unfrozen and relatively warm waters of the Great Lakes. (by the way, these lake temperatures will begin a rapid decline this weekend and that drop-off will continue next week). The lake-effect snows and the continuing strong winds will indeed have an impact on the playoff game in Buffalo on Sunday afternoon (1pm) and the game in Kansas City on Saturday night (8pm) is likely to feature game time temperatures near zero.

Heavy Rain/Strong Winds Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US

In the storm’s warm sector, it looks like another heavy rain and strong wind event for the Mid-Atlantic/NE US centered on the Friday night time period as southeasterly winds out ahead of the surface low pressure system assure above freezing temperatures during the bulk of the storm. Given the already well saturated grounds from numerous recent heavy rain events, any additional heavy rainfall has the potential to produce another round of flash flooding on Friday night in the northeastern states. Also, strong winds will again have the possibility of downing some tree limbs – perhaps in a weakened state from the last storm – and this may result in isolated power outages.

Paul Dorian

2024-01-11 17:00:17

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