February 26, 2021

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Windy Cold Weekend Snow Monday Night Into Tuesday From Weak Storm

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Windy Cold Weekend Snow Monday Night Into Tuesday From Weak Storm

 

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Windy Cold Weekend Snow Monday Night Into Tuesday From Weak Storm

This is probably the coldest weather and certainly the coldest weekend of the winter season so far.  Temperatures are going no where today. Most highs will be in the upper 20s and lower 30s. Let’s throw in a gusty wind of 20 to 30 mph especially along the coast and you have the makings of a very cold day as well as a very cold night ahead.

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We are still seeing some bands of cloud cover as well as a few bands of snow showers moving southeast from Upstate NY  and Pennsylvania but these bands are weak and aren’t about to produce very much of anything snow wise. I don’t expect the bands to make it to the coast.

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Tonight will be very cold indeed with clear skies and there will still be a bit of a wind especially at the coast. By morning lows will be in the teens. Wind chills will be in the single digits to near zero making for a very cold Sunday morning.

Sunday will be another cold day but the winds will ease and the temperatures should make it to the low and middle 30s with sunshine. Then we move on to the new week with not one but two storm systems headed into the Eastern US.

Monday begins the approach of the first of two storm systems. I am completely underwhelmed by the first one. Low pressure  heads into the Ohio Valley and you will notice the long east west stretch of precipitation on the GFS radar depiction above. The primary low goes so far west and the secondary reforms so far to the east of the coast that it takes most of the heavy precipitation out to sea. It is hard to imagine that we get much from this storm system if the upper support is so weak. For now we are thinking on the order of a coating to a couple of of inches at most for Eastern Pennsylvania to NYC to Long Island. There may be little of consequence north and west of these points.

 

 

We will be doing an early call snow forecast map for the system on Patreon later today.

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