November 27, 2022

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12:45 PM | ***Nationwide cold pattern follows weekend exit of tropical storm…snow threat for the interior, higher elevation Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US…signs of longer-term cold pattern*** — Arcfield Weather

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Near-term snow threat for the interior, higher elevation locations

Now that the cold air has arrived in the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US, the next question is “are there any prospects for snow?”.  A coastal low is going to intensify early tomorrow night just off the Mid-Atlantic coastline and precipitation will move into the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US from southwest-to-northeast. It will likely not be cold enough for snow in the immediate I-95 corridor to coastal sections, but flakes can certainly mix in at times across some of the far northern and western suburbs of the big cities (e.g., northern Chester County, Upper Bucks and Montgomery Counties in SE PA).  Farther to the north and west, however, some accumulating snow is likely across interior, higher-elevation locations all the way from eastern West Virginia/far western Virginia to northern New England.  In some spots in the interior, higher elevation northeast, the first accumulating snow of the season can total several inches.  After the departure on Wednesday of this coastal low pressure system, the overall cold weather pattern will not only continue into the second half of the week, but it’ll actually intensify with an even greater departure from normal in the temperature department.  There will be another wave of energy dropping far to the south this weekend, but it is too early to say if this next system can push northeastward from the Gulf of Mexico and into the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US.   

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

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Paul Dorian

2022-11-14 17:42:17

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