Latest Forecast Update from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo
After absolutely beautiful day…we getting ready for an Elevation Snowstorm.
Tonight-Skies will be clouding up, it will stay dry.
Latest Surface Maps shows the storm and moisture to our south and west-heading into the Northeast.
The Storm Down south will track up to the Mid Atlantic coast as cold high pressure stays to our north. This storm will track SE of Cape Cod, and as a result-Mainly all snow in the Higher spots, but even in the valley locations, there will likely be some slushy accumulations.
Winter Storm Warnings are in effect for the Higher Elevations of Western New England and the Catskills for the Heaviest Snow…..The Storm should arrive between 9am and Noon
As for Snowfall….Elevations above 1,000 feet should be mainly all snow…Highest snowfall totals above 1500 feet…and over 2,000 feet has the best chance of snowfall over 8″. This will be a very heavy and wet snow. As you go down into the Hudson Valley/Mohawk Valley-accumulations will be less…but still 1-3″ will be possible.
Behind this storm….there wil lbe lots of melting on Tuersday…as temps get up close to 50. Another storm arrives on Wednesday in this very active weather pattern. This will likely bring rain or a mix to the valley areas…but there could be some hesavier wet snow for a time in the higher elevations.
Have a Great Night….Steve Caporizzo