The next low is ready to make it’s presence felt in the east with both initial significant rain and accumulating snow as colder air becomes available on the backside of the circulation and lake-enhancement could be triggered.

This system looks moisture-laden, vigorous and fairly sluggish in it’s momentum.

Here is the latest sequence from the 06z RDPS through hours 24-36-48:

I_nw_EST_2017040506_024

I_nw_EST_2017040506_036

I_nw_EST_2017040506_048.png

 

The 3km NAM has been prolific with it’s depiction of a collapse to widespread significant snow, total snowfall @ hour 60:

nam3km_asnow_neus_61

We’ll continue to watch the latest information as it becomes available.

Beyond this guidance shifts towards a warmer but still potentially unsettled pattern into next week and through the medium range.

00z GEFS 2m temp anomalies for days 1-5:

gefs_t2ma_5d_noram_21

Days 5-10:

gefs_t2ma_5d_noram_41

Advertisements