Solspot East Coast US Weekly Snow Forecast for 2/29/2012

Posted by on Feb 29, 2012 in Snow and Weather Forecast for the US East Coast | 0 comments

East Coast Short-Range Snow Forecast

Hello SNOW! it looks like its ON as a series of larger storms come rocking through the area.

The upper Adirondack mountains could get quite the dumping over the next couple days.  Top resorts could be seeing 10 to 15 inches at the top, with 5 to 10 at the base.  This system is looking pretty cold too.

This image alone gives you an idea of how crazy this storm pattern is.  Snow should accumulate through Thursday before high pressure builds and things ease up.  If you are questioning whether to wait or not… don’t.  Things start to warm up over the weekend.

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 start of the weekend is not looking good.

All that green, is warmer temperatures coming in melting snow pack as well as bringing rain to the region.  there could be some mixed snow up in the higher elevations, but overall Saturday looks like crap.

There is hope though, as the warm moist air moves offshore a colder low moves out of the north, and could turn any remaining moisture into snow late Saturday into Sunday.  Things start to dry up though early next week as high pressure builds.

After that a couple more lows move across the planes and Great Lakes regions, possibly bringing some more snow for the middle/end of next week.

Stay tuned… and happy hunting.

Austin Gendron
Snow Forecaster

http://snow.solspot.com

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