Snow Tonight Thursday Morning 2 to 3 Inches Possible
More Systems In The Pipeline
Weather in 5/Joe & Joe Weather Show Latest Podcast
Snow Tonight Thursday Morning 2 to 3 Inches Possible More Systems In The Pipeline
We have been watching this weather system headed our way from the Ohio Valley and each model run has nudged it a little further north. It is at the point now that Long Island should get a fluffy couple of inches out of this overnight into Thursday morning. Winter Weather Advisories are up for Long Island into Thursday morning as snow arrives around midnight or shortly afterward. It should be mostly done with by 8am or so.
High clouds are arriving as this latest disturbance moves across the Lower Ohio Valley and into West Virginia. Regional radars are starting to pick up on the leading edge of snow back in Ohio and Kentucky. Additional snow will break out this evening across Pennsylvania and then the area moves to the east.
A fluffy couple of inches seems doable overnight. Then you can probably blow it all away with a leaf blower in the morning when it is done. Leftover clouds for the remainder of Thursday. Temperatures overnight will be in the low to mid 20s and highs Thursday in the upper 20s to some lower 30s. Another disturbance will pass to our south on Friday likely keeping us in clouds and only limited sunshine. Highs will be in the mid to upper 20s.
On to the next one Saturday as low pressure heads out of the Gulf States and makes it’s way to coastal Virginia. Clouds thicken up Saturday and snow and sleet develop Saturday afternoon into Saturday night. The low level temperatures will be cold but there may be some warm air aloft to put some sleet into the game. Highs will be in the 20s to near 30. I don’t think this changes to rain. It will simply end overnight into early Sunday morning. the precipitation with this looks a bit more blotchy in nature so we will deal with what that means as far as accumulations go after we are done with this one.
MANY THANKS TO TROPICAL TIDBITS & F5 WEATHER FOR THE USE OF MAPS
Please note that with regards to any severe weather, tropical storms, or hurricanes, should a storm be threatening, please consult your local National Weather Service office or your local government officials about what action you should be taking to protect life and property.