In addition to the chill, there is the threat for some springtime snow later this week across interior, higher elevation locations of the Northeast US. As a deep upper-level low pushes into the eastern states, low pressure will form near the Mid-Atlantic coastline on Thursday and intensify as it slowly pushes to the northeast late in the week. With chilly air in place, some accumulating snow is possible across such higher-elevation places as northeastern Pennsylvania and southeastern New York. Given the strong blocking pattern in the upper atmosphere across Greenland and northeastern Canada, this nor’easter type of storm is likely to slow down in its advance to the north and east – prolonging the misery for New England. Beyond this initial shot of chilly air, all signs point to additional cold air outbreaks to make their way from Canada into central and eastern US as we progress through the month of April…often the cruelest of all.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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