Solspot East Coast US Weekly Snow Forecast for 3/7/12

Posted by on Mar 7, 2012 in Snow and Weather Forecast for the US East Coast | 0 comments

East Coast Short-Range Snow Forecast

Looks like there could be some snow by the end of the week

But its not looking like much.  High pressure over off the coast is bringing warmer SW air up the coast today, but a new cold pressure system should push across the Great Lakes region on Thursday.  This could mean that the upper Adirondack mountains could a few inches for the end of the week, but its not looking like much.

Top resorts are probably only going to get up to about 5 inches of fresh snow while many areas will be stuck getting rain.

By Friday though a cold band of air following the front could turn the moisture rich air into more snow, but it still doesn’t look like much.

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.

High pressure is going to make a for a pretty dry weekend overall.

It looks like we could see a pretty wet low move through the region early next week, it could drop a few flakes at the higher elevation resorts, but for the most part its looking like a rainy one thanks to the zonal flow.  You can see in the image above how the contour lines run from SW to NE… that’s not a good sign.  Things are looking pretty wet through at least the middle of next week.  A colder system could follow for the end of next week, but don’t hold your breath.

Stay tuned… and happy hunting.

Austin Gendron
Snow Forecaster

http://snow.solspot.com

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