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***Euro and GFS both now show snow for Long Island early next week, but let's dig deeper...***

- Before then, we have our quiet weather with more clouds today for eastern Long Island with snow showers for southeastern MA.

- We have the warming tend later this week with a very weak frontal system that will brings clouds for Friday/Saturday with a slight chance of a shower.

- Colder air then filters into the northeast early next week while a potential storm system forms over the southern states and moves northeast off the coast and strengthens. There is a little better agreement now in the timing with it possibly being from Monday night into Tuesday, although the GFS has it a little later. The Euro does have it become a really strong storm and brings enough cold air for it to be snow on Long Island, but it's still very uncertain as its ensemble members show with less than 20% of them showing snow for Long Island. The Model Blend and Euro ensemble mean both show the best chance for snow bring north of Long Island (see last 2 images), but stay tuned!

- Behind the storm, it will be cold and probably a fairly quiet President's Day weekend with maybe only a weak clipper system passing by.

- Relatively cold air will remain for a while, and there will be storm chances later in the month and into March.

- 1st image: My 5 day forecast for Long Island

- 2nd image: Projected temperatures with ranges for Long Island for the next 2 weeks from the Euro ensembles

- 3rd and 4th images: 1 AM next Tuesday from the Euro and 1 AM next Wednesday from the GFS. These are obviously not forecasts.

- 5th and 6th images: Snow maps for the next 10 days from the Euro ensemble members

- 7th and 8th images: Snow maps for the next 10 days from the Model Blend and Euro ensemble mean

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