March 7, 2021

Weather News – Road Conditions – weather forecast

Accumulating Snow/Sleet/Freezing Rain in Much of Our Area Tomorrow into Wednesday Morning and then Watching next Monday and Tuesday…

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It is still looking as if our area will get a general snowfall of 1-3 inches, with lesser amounts possible in Central NJ and amounts over 3 inches possible in parts of Northeastern PA, Northern NJ, Southeastern NY State and Fairfield County, CT.  The snow will start in the morning from southwest to northeast and will end Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. There may very well be some sleet and freezing rain mixed in with the snow in parts of our area.

We will then have to closely watch a disturbance that may develop into a Nor’easter next Monday and Tuesday.

Below is the latest snowfall map from the short-range American model, courtesy WeatherBell Analytics. Click on the image to enlarge.

Below is the latest freezing rain map from the short-range American model, courtesy WeatherBell Analytics. Click on the image to enlarge.

Below is the latest sleet map from thee European Model ensemble mean (an average of the European model run 50 different ways for various conditions), courtesy WeatherBell Analytics. Click on the image to enlarge.

Below is the latest snowfall map from thee European Model ensemble mean (an average of the European model run 50 different ways for various conditions), courtesy WeatherBell Analytics. Click on the image to enlarge.

And below is the latest snowfall map from the operational European model, courtesy WeatherBell Analtyics. Click on the image to enlarge.  

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