Snow map for the Mid-Atlantic snowstorm and an update on the messy storm for the weekend:
- The 1st image shows the snow map from the National Weather Service through 7 AM Friday.
- It's looking more likely that this will be a messy storm for Long Island on Saturday evening/night into Sunday morning. While it's too soon to iron out all of the details, and there will be changes, it generally looks like the potential for an inch or two of snow, but also mixing with and changing to sleet, freezing rain, and even possibly rain. The following is from the NWS covering Long Island and the Tri-State area: "leaned more towards winter precipitation-types overall with the ensemble forecast guidance pointing to more of an offshore track. The forecast contains exclusively snow for the time being, but with southwest flow aloft... could very well see an assortment of winter precipitation-types."
- The 2nd image shows the projected 24-hour snowfall from 7 PM Saturday to 7 PM Sunday from the NWS model blend.
- The 3rd image shows the projected snowfall for Long Island for the next 15 days as a running total from every Euro ensemble member.
- The 4th image shows the projected temperatures with ranges for Long Island for the next 15 days from the Euro ensembles.