A significant winter storm is expected to the Northeast this week


Our weather pattern across the country remains very active, and confidence in the Northeast is growing on Wednesday / Thursday due to a significant winter storm.

There is a storm on the east coast on Sunday. Mostly over, and not a big deal.

The second storm is now over Oklahoma and southern Kansas. It is up to 6 inches of snow before moving overnight to the Southeast as a rainmaker. It goes up northeast on Monday, bringing light snow, but most importantly, it introduces cold air that will be at the site of the 3rd Wednesday / Thursday storm.

STORM THAT GREAT SNOW IS USED ON SOUTH AXLES DANGERS NOR’EASTER EAST FLOOR

This storm is moving ashore today in the Pacific Northwest and North North. He will spend the next two days crossing the United States, not as a huge weather decision-maker, but when he leaves the east coast, he will quickly strengthen and become a Norwegian east.

It’s too early to tell exactly who gets the most snow, but it seems to be located inside Pennsylvania, New York and Connecticut right now. It’s too early to tell what’s going on with New York City, but there’s a very good chance of significant snowfall. There will probably be some 1-2 feet of snow in total from this … just not sure where yet. There’s plenty of time to work out the details, but a major storm is likely to follow.

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Also worth noting. Overall, we are in a La Nina pattern. This usually means a slightly milder season in the northeast coast. But usually in the years of La Nina, major snowstorms in the northeast occur in December.