Storm early next week
It continues to look like the front-end of the transition early next week to an overall colder-than-normal weather pattern will come with a strong storm system to deal with in the Mid-Atlantic region and Northeast US. An initial low pressure system is likely to push northeast from the Tennessee Valley later Monday into the eastern Ohio Valley or western Mid-Atlantic and then a secondary storm will likely develop early Tuesday near the east coast. There will be little in the way of cold air established across the northeastern states at the onset of the storm; however, rapid intensification on Tuesday along the NE US coastline will likely cause a rapid infusion of cold air into the system from the north and west. As a result, odds favor mainly rain for much of the Mid-Atlantic region and significant snow is on the table for interior New York State and much of New England.
Keep in mind, this storm is still several days away so stay tuned. It’ll turn very windy (NW winds) and quite cold on the back side of the storm by the middle of next week…all part of the significant transition to colder-than-normal conditions in the eastern half of the nation that is likely to have some staying power.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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