The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo.
It’s been relatively quiet all week, but that is about to chance with a storm now over the Mid-West.
Latest Surface Map….Small storm heads out to sea south of us…Powerful storm out in Iowa will drift slowly NE’ward into the Great Lakes…later Friday night-we will have a weak secondary storm dev. on the mid Atlantic coast moving NE’ward. this will produce a mix of rain and wet snow. More wet snow in the higher spots north and west…and high elevations of New England.
WINTER STORM WATCH in effect starting late Friday night……Adirondacks/Mountains of Southern Vermont…..There will also be heavy wet snow for the higher elevations of the Catskills.
FUTURECAST……Big storm drifts up through the Great Lakes. As the cold front reaches the coast it will slow down. A small storm will form on the front and bring Mixed precipitation late Friday night/SAT (mostly wet snow high elevations-esp west and in the Adirondacks)…..this system pulls out during the afternoon….followed by windy weather.
TONIGHT: M.cloudy….quiet. FRIDAY: M.cloudy……Mixed precip arrives 10pm to Midnight.
This storm will be Elevation dependent…The higher up…..the higher the totals….A Very tight gradient with less than an inch for most spots in the immediate Hudson Valley. It will be arriving between 10pm and Midnight-Friday night.
7-Day Forecast & 10-Day….the next 10 days…two storm threats….first one Friday night into Sat (See snow map)….then temps not too bad. It will be VERY windy on Sunday…..and some flurries into Monday.Next week quiet until Friday-then another Storm threat followed by much colder air.
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