Solspot East Coast US Weekly Snow Forecast for Jan 25th

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in Snow and Weather Forecast for the US East Coast | 0 comments

East Coast Short-Range Snow Forecast

Snow fall numbers have been pretty low over the last couple days, but we’re looking at things picking up for the end of the week in the higher elevations of the Northeast.

High pressure moving offshore will draw some moisture into the area, late Thursday. Nike Store Italia This mixed with cool air aloft should bring some snow to the higher elevations.

Here is a nifty little graphic portraying this. New Balance Pas Chers Most snow fall amounts will be restricted to flurries, but there could be up to 1 to 5 inches of fresh snow at top resorts. nike air max 90 femme pas cher The lower-latitude resorts could be in for a mix of rain and snow during this period thanks to the warmer temperatures coming in from the S.

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

There could be a little more to come on Sunday.

High pressure off the Atlantic coast is going to bring a shortwave E across the Great Lakes and flatten it out as it moves over New England. Goedkoop Air Max Nike This could lead to a bit move accumulation on Sunday for the upper latitudes. Soldes Chaussures Asics These kinds of systems are a bit sketchy though and not super high on the confidence level.

Early next week is a bit of a crap shoot. Some models are calling for dry conditions with warmer temps, but some others like this one suggest there could still be some high elevation snow dropping in small amounts, with mixed rain and snow in the lower elevations.

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