An arctic front will dive south across the Region late Thursday into Friday morning bring a renewed shot of arctic air. This will also kick off some snow showers before a brief lake effect snow event takes over Thursday night into Friday.
As this system dives south, it will combine with another area of low pressure creating an impressive east coast storm likely to bring blizzard conditions to portions of New England with snow as far south as South Carolina!
Blizzard conditions are likely in New England as 1 to 2 feet of snow are possible for some. For us, this large storm system will drag down more arctic air from Canada.
Beyond this hit of cold air, we’ll moderate a bit next week as a new weather pattern sets up across the eastern US. This new pattern will bring several storm systems out of the 4 corners Region in the southwestern US and will have the potential to stir up a few stronger winter storms over the next 7-10 days. As we’ll likely reside on the colder side of things, this would bring snow chances through Indiana–perhaps a few of those on the heavier side. We’ll chat about this in our next Region Weather LIVE on our Facebook Page!