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Sunday, December 13, 2020 – Daily Weather Discussion

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Accumulating snow likely in parts of our area tomorrow, a blizzard is looking like a very real possibility  Wednesday afternoon into Thursday morning, and then a Nor’easter is possible Sunday night… 

For a detailed look at the next 2 weeks please look at my prior post titled, “Look at the Next 2 Weeks”. This will be a discussion on the impending storms. 

The first disturbance to affect our area tomorrow is currently moving through the Texas and will move through the Southeastern United States tonight. The disturbance will then turn northeastward tomorrow morning, bringing a bit of moisture to our area. It is still uncertain as to just how close this disturbance will come to our area, but it currently appears that snowfall accumulations could range anywhere from a trace to up to 3 inches or so. There may be some rain in Central NJ, NYC, and on Long Island.

Tuesday will then be very nice in our area, but cold. A disturbance will be passing through the Mid-Plains on Tuesday. This disturbance will draw moisture and energy from the Gulf of Mexico and then eventually will develop into a Nor’easter along the Middle Atlantic Coast Wednesday night as it heads eastward. This Nor’easter will pull moisture from the Atlantic Ocean into the cold air in place in our area. Strong winds will also develop Wednesday night into Thursday morning, potentially leading to blizzard conditions in parts of our area. Very heavy snowfall amounts are possible throughout our area, especially inland. Please refer to the various model maps I have posted. The snow will then end Thursday morning. There could be a mixture of rain and snow along the coast.

The next storm to watch would be the possibility of a Nor’easter developing near our area Sunday night that would bring another chance of heavy precipitation. 

I will be updating the maps throughout the day and night, so be sure to check back continuously for updates…

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