A look ahead from the Euro ensembles:
As of now, most of the Euro ensembles keep the storm for next weekend too far offshore (see 1st image) for snow on Long Island. This will definitely be something to watch though! Also, with the pattern setting up, there will be more chances this month.
Regarding the storm for next weekend, this is from the National Weather Service covering Long Island and the tri-state area: "It appears that a cutoff upper level low and associated mid level
vorticity over the Plains and Southeast states will eject off the Coast and develop a surface low. Most models are keeping the coastal low south of our area as there is no northern stream
blocking to provide for a northward push of the low or substantial cold air over our area. With a very active and amplified jet stream, confidence on any particular outcome is low this far out. Details on the development, track, intensity, and timing of the low should become clearer as the week progresses but as of now, it's just something to keep an eye on in the Friday to Sunday time frame."
- 1st image: Projected storm locations for 1 PM Saturday from the Euro ensemble members
- 2nd image: Projected temperatures with ranges for Long Island for the next 15 days from the Euro ensembles
- 3rd image: Projected snowfall for Long Island for the next 15 days as a running total from every Euro ensemble member