Models trend snowier for the Tuesday storm:
- The Saturday night system continues to trend weaker, although it will still bring some snow, sleet, and freezing rain to Long Island and southern New England.
- While it's still very early, and there will be more shifts in the track, the new 06Z Euro ensembles and the new 12Z NWS model blend output have both trended the snow slightly to the southeast for the Tuesday storm. The GFS also came in with a much snowier solution in it last run. As of now, the odds still favor a snow to ice scenario for Long Island, but it will be interesting to watch how this evolves.
- This image shows the projected 24-hour snowfall from the National Weather Service model blend from 7 PM Monday to 7 PM Tuesday. There would be additional accumulations for northern New England after 7 PM Tuesday. Also, max snowfall amounts will likely be higher than shown since this is from a model blend. Areas that stay all snow will likely see at least 6 to 12 inches.