Solspot East Coast US Weekly Snow Forecast for 2/22/12

Posted by on Feb 22, 2012 in Snow and Weather Forecast for the US East Coast | 0 comments

East Coast Short-Range Snow Forecast

A series of cyclonic lows are doing a little dance over the East Coast for the second half of this week… and that could mean some new snow over the higher terrain of the Northern Appalachians tonight.

looks like there could be a little lake effect snow as well, but warming tomorrow could lead to some morning rain even at higher elevations.  It looks like a brief sting of high pressure and drier air will mean limited snow fall later Thursday, but another large low is expected for Friday.

This could lead to more wide spread snow fall in the mountains Friday-Saturday.  As of right now it looks like like accumulation could continue through Saturday night.

If you are heading to the mountains or just want to see what sort of conditions have been hitting your favorite slopes, click the regions below and you will be able to find a list of the resorts in that area.

New York | Vermont | New Hampshire

East Coast Long-Range Snow forecast

The weekend models are looking a little colder, but not quite as moisture ridden.

This could mean a dry Sunday.

Monday’s NWS models are suggesting that we could see another system moving through the region from the W.  Timing is a bit off with this guy, as the Forecast models are suggesting snow a bit early…

But the NOGAPS models are suggesting the system could hesitate a little and not show up till later Monday and Tuesday.  High pressure could build again for Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, with more precipitatable weather later next Wednesday, but timing is hard to say this early on.

Stay tuned… and happy hunting.

Austin Gendron
Snow Forecaster

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