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Northeast: Two Storms in the Next Four Days
Northeast: Two Storms in the Next Four Days
March 01, 2015; 8:14 AM
The storm moving from the Ohio Valley to the Middle Atlantic coast will cause snow and ice, Clearing should follow tomorrow, but another storm should bring snow and ice followed by rain from Maryland to Massachusetts.
Northeast: Two Storms in the Next Four Days
Northeast: Two Storms in the Next Four Days
March 01, 2015; 8:14 AM
Clearing should follow tomorrow, but another storm will cause snow and ice followed by rain from Maryland to Massachusetts late Tuesday into early Wednesday.
Northeast: March to Come in Like a Penguin
Northeast: March to Come in Like a Penguin
February 27, 2015; 7:38 AM
The wind will not roar like a lion in the Northeast on Sunday March 1. It certainly won't be lamblike. However, with more cold and snow in the forecast, it might be suitable for this group:
Partially Snowy; Totally Cold
Partially Snowy; Totally Cold
February 26, 2015; 8:09 AM
The surface analysis shows to low pressure area off the North Carolina coast, a large cold high pressure area in the northwest corner of the map, and a broad northeasterly flow of cold air between pressure centers. Cold will continue in this whole area through Saturday.
Early March to Turn Less Cold but Perhaps More Stormy in Northeast
Early March to Turn Less Cold but Perhaps More Stormy in Northeast
February 25, 2015; 9:18 AM
In reaction to this, the flow aloft may become more southwesterly over the Eastern states. This would promote less chill in the Northeast but cause more storminess. The following maps are U.S. model predictions of total snowfall and precipitation from now through next Wednesday.
Cold for the Rest of the Month
Cold for the Rest of the Month
February 24, 2015; 7:07 AM
Is there any warmth in future? The following two maps suggest the answer is yes, but it is only temporary. This map shows projected flow aloft for next Tuesday. If you trace the origin of the air, you see a southwesterly flow of air next Monday (March 2).
Cold in the Northeast Until March
Cold in the Northeast Until March
February 23, 2015; 7:13 AM
New York City often has its coldest days when the air comes straight south through the Hudson Valley... rather than from the Great Lakes. This map shows how today's wind flow matches the profile for extreme cold.
Harsh Cold to Depart, but the Replacement is More Snow
Harsh Cold to Depart, but the Replacement is More Snow
February 20, 2015; 9:20 AM
There will be a non-uniform snow accumulation pattern because the precipitation will be organized in bands and blobs around which precipitation rates vary quite a bit. This map is designed to give a quick overview about expected snow accumulations:
Deep Freeze to Ease in the Northeast This Weekend
Deep Freeze to Ease in the Northeast This Weekend
February 19, 2015; 9:36 AM
NOAA's Climate System Forecast suggests above-average temperatures for much of the Midwest and some of the Northeast for the second week in March according to this map. Meanwhile, these areas will remain in the deep freeze through tomorrow night.
Snow Showers and Brief Squalls to Announce Next Cold Shot
Snow Showers and Brief Squalls to Announce Next Cold Shot
February 18, 2015; 8:24 AM
This forecast map for Thursday evening shows the cold wave in full swing. A storm in eastern Maine is forcing bitter winds from eastern Canada straight across the mountains to blast the I-95 corridor. Snow showers are common; warmth totally absent.

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