As our storm now develops a new low of the east coast and brings them a modest 1-3 feet of snow, we can rest easy here in the Region as we’ll settle into some relatively quiet weather for the next 3 days.
With a powerful storm on the east coast, our flow will turn out of the north keeping us cold and it’ll likely kick off some light lake effect flurries and snow showers from time to time Monday and Tuesday.
Attention will then turn towards our Thu-Fri storm system that is now trending further south. That would result in some rain/snow and then just snow.
Attention THEN turns towards the potential for an arctic outbreak across a good portion of the eastern US next weekend.
Lot’s to chat about and we’ll keep you up to speed on the latest this week!