Weather conditions improve Thursday with leftover clouds and some sun with highs in the 30s to near 40. Then another small weak system heads northward toward us for Thursday night into Friday morning. This is going to be a weakening area of snow that comes in for about 4 or 5 hours during the early morning hours Friday and then it is done shortly after that. This year is the champion of coating to a couple of inches on the snow forecast maps.
After this is done another small system comes up for Friday night into Saturday morning and this is going be another weak system that produces a minimal amount of precipitation, either snow or rain or a mix. We will figure this one out tomorrow. Then comes Sunday which will the the last and strongest of all these weather systems. We discuss that on our long range post.
JOESTRADAMUS Early Look Sunday Into Monday Snow Rain
Today's model runs have brought some clarity to the situation with the last short wave trough moving into the East on Sunday and it is really very simple. All the models have some variation of this idea so they are on the same page. It really is now a very simple question. Is the European with its slightly stronger ridge in the East correct? If it is then you will get a wave developing on a stalling front. The cold air never reaches the coast and it will be mostly rain with snow north and west of the orange arrows.