12:45 PM | ****Active, colder pattern with three upcoming storm threats Mid-Atl./NE US… watch for possible burst of snow early Saturday eastern PA/NJ with inverted trough, rapid intensification**** — Arcfield Weather2 min read
By Sunday night and Monday, another system will impact the Mid-Atlantic/NE US with rain and snow. This second system is likely to have more support in the upper atmosphere compared to the first allowing it to “dig” a little farther to the south and east on the front side and then climb farther to the north and east on the back end. In fact, this second system could become a very powerful storm by late Monday or early Tuesday somewhere near or along the Northeast US coastline…perhaps classifying as a “bomb cyclone” with its expected rapid and significant intensification. This second system is clearly something to closely monitor in coming days and if it develops quicker than currently expected, it could end up having a major impact on the Mid-Atlantic region in addition to the Northeast US.
From this vantage point, it looks like precipitation could break out in the Mid-Atlantic region with this second system late Sunday afternoon or Sunday evening and continue into Monday and once again, odds for snow and accumulations will be higher in the usual favored interior higher elevation locations, but cannot be ruled out in the immediate I-95 corridor. Heavy snow is possible in much of New England by the time we get to late Monday or early Tuesday and again, the Mid-Atlantic region may be in the threat zone as well….stay tuned.
Looking ahead, there are signs that yet another storm system crosses the country next week and it may present a third opportunity for rain and snow in the Mid-Atlantic/NE US sometime in the late Friday/Saturday time frame…a lot of time to monitor that threat.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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