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Cold and Stormy  will round out January in the East

  • idecline
    WX Alert: Beach Hazards Statement, Flash Flood Watch, Gale Warning, Hazardous Weather Outlook, High Surf Advisory, Hydrologic Outlook, Marine Weather Statement, Small Craft Advisory, Small Craft Advisory For Hazardous Seas, Special Weather Statement, Wind Advisory, Winter Storm Warning, Winter Weather Advisory WXD Alert: Active Discussion, Observations
    ... Storm system will move into SOCAL with heavy rain and snow across Kern and Tulare counties through tonight. Weak trough will bring light precipitation across CENCAL interior later today and this evening. Rain and snow will return on Tuesday afternoon and evening. Some clearing on Wednesday before a very strong storm system moves in late Wednesday night and continues through Thursday. Clearing Friday through Sunday. Weather system moves through the region on Sunday night and Monday with more rain and high elevation snow. Total snow accumulations in the southern Sierra Nevada 6 to 14 inches, up to two feet along the crest. For the White Mountains, 5 to 10 inches, locally up to 16 inches above 7000 feet. A Pacific storm system will bring an abundance of precipitation into mainly the higher elevations north of Kern County during midweek. Heavy rain from this storm could result in flash flooding, washed out roads, mud slides, rock slides and debris flows, particularly in the vicinity of the burn scars, as well as when considering the amount of rainfall that has fallen in the past few days.

  • Kohler7
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    By Saturday evening, showers and thunderstorms should become more numerous across the Deep South as a warm front lifts northward from the Gulf of Mexico. Lighter snow amounts for the Mid-Atlantic and little snow for NC Saturday night and Sunday. However, with a strong surface wedge in place significant icing event for east from the crest of the southern Appalachians into the adjacent Piedmont is possible.

  • Phased Vort
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    ... Winter storm winding down through the Mid-Atlantic states as of Sunday night. The majority of the precipitation shield is across Maryland, the coastal regions of Virginia, as well as Delaware. Moderate to heavy snowfall rates are still possible as the storm captures some Atlantic moisture to work with, while at the same time moving further out to sea. The winter weather discussion from WPC has additional details on this system.

  • Solstice
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  • snowlover2
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    The more significant facet to this storm system will be the winter weather impacts. On Friday, heavy snow is expected to occur along the Colorado Rockies and northern New Mexico. From Friday night into Saturday, widespread snow is forecast to effect areas from the central plains to the western portions of the Ohio Valley. The heaviest snowfall accumulations with this event are currently anticipated across northern Missouri and central Illinois, with amounts in excess of 8 inches possible.
     
     

  • Psu1313
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    A multiday storm is bearing down on the region. Currently, a small but intense band of snow is steadily progressing eastward. Numerous crashes have resulted in sluggish interstates across PA due to a rapid drop in pavement conditions. WWAs have been expanded into lower elevation terrain as a result of a colder-than-expected airmass sticking around the region. For southern areas, including SW CT and the NYC metropolis region.

  • Phased Vort
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    An almost-perfect January storm track is "let down" by zero interaction with the northern stream, leading it to be yet another "majority" rainstorm. However, there are still some winter headlines, albeit limited. WWAs have been posted in New York and Massachusetts due to some areas of freezing rain that are possible on the northern periphery of the storm. 
     

  • Solstice
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    A minor impact system will impact the Northeast and parts of New York and Pennsylvania on January 3rd. There appears to be a widespread chance of a light snowfall, with the rain/snow line being around the CT-RI latitude. There is the potential for some southern stream energy to bolster the storm more than the ensembles are suggesting, but overall impacts will be light.
     
     

  • Phased Vort
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    Winter storm to bring heavy snow initially to Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire before transitioning to mixed precipitation and potentially rain on the backside. Maine has the most potential for heavy snow, with the AFD out of GYX saying "...WINTER PRECIPITATION TO IMPACT NEW YEAR'S TRAVEL..." A difference with this storm is the potential for high winds, with gusts between 50 and 60 mph expected to impact Massachusetts.
     

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