Stormy Outlook

A big spring storm will be pulling away from the Mid Atlantic region on Thursday while another storm develops out west. It is the second storm that could get interesting. Computer model indications point to the development of a ‘noreaster this weekend.

As the storm develops over the next couple of days out west, snow could be an issue in parts of Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska with the potential for up to a foot. This would be unusual for so late in the season.

The storm is expected to hit the Mid Atlantic coast Sunday and deepen rapidly. High pressure over eastern Canada will likely hold the storm off shore through Monday before it can finally pull away. There will be plenty of cold air behind the storm and snow is likely in interior portions of New England and the Great Lakes. Higher elevations northwest of Baltimore may even get a few wet snow flakes mix with rain.

Of course the storm is a couple of days away and a lot can happen to change the outcome so check in with Tom, Neal & Domenica for the latest updates the rest of this week. I’ll be here this weekend to track whatever comes through.

John Collins


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