My Personal Weatherman™
Brief 3:45 AM update on the snow and also the late week storm continues to look interesting:
- The National Weather Service should be updating their snow maps soon, but the models continue to show a prolonger period of snow on Long Island tomorrow night, so I wouldn't be surprised to see the NWS increase their snow amounts on Long Island to the 1 to 3 inch range with the highest amounts on the north shore. Based on the models, the snow may not change to rain until closer to Tuesday morning.
- Some showers for Wednesday night into Thursday morning with a mild Thursday afternoon in the 50's, but then a storm to watch coming up the coast. As you would expect, the models/ensembles vary with the track from it being an all snow to an all rain scenario for Long Island. The Euro has it as all snow, and the signal from the Euro ensembles is impressive with an an ensemble mean snowfall already of 4 inches for Long Island with some of them showing a big snowstorm.
- I will continue to update throughout the day on both storms.
- For now, I have just included the snow maps for this storm from the GFS, NWS, and Euro (1st to 3rd images), but I will post more snow maps today.
- The 4th to 6th images are for the late-week storm from the Euro and Euro ensembles, and the 7th image is the Long Island snow matrix.