Update on the next 3 potential northeast snowstorms and life-threatening cold:
The new Euro ensembles, unsurprisingly, continued the northwest trend with the Sunday storm, and the new 18Z NAM run came in stronger with more snow for Long Island and southern New England. The specific impacts will still need to be fine-tuned, but it should bring a moderate snowfall (3 to 6 inches) for a portion of the upper Mid-Atlantic and into southern/eastern New England. As of now, the Euro ensemble mean for Long Island is 3 inches. The National Weather Service model blend has less, but that will likely increase tonight.
There will also be another storm around Tuesday into Tuesday night that should bring a nice snowfall to parts of central to northern NY state and New England.
Life-threatening cold air will be dropping down into the United States next week into next weekend with projected wind chills possibly dropping to close to 50 degrees below zero in parts of the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes.
There will likely be a storm late next week that could bring widespread snow and ice for parts of the eastern United Sates.
- 1st image: Map from the NAM for 10 AM Sunday
- 2nd image: Euro ensemble storm tracks for the Sunday storm
- 3rd image: Projected snowfall for the next 15 days from the Euro ensemble mean
- 4th image: Projected wind chill temperatures at 7 AM on Feb 13th (next Saturday).
- 5th image: Projected snowfall for Long Island for the next 15 days as a running total from every Euro ensemble member
- 6th image: Projected snowfall through 1 AM Monday from the Euro ensemble mean
- 7th to 9th images: NWS model blend snow maps from 7 PM Sat to 7 PM Sun, 7 PM Mon to 7 Pm Tues, and 7 AM next Fri to 7 AM next Sat.
- 10th image: Projected temperatures with ranges for Long Island for the next 15 days from the Euro ensembles