Cecily Tynan: 3 Possible Storms Next Week
What we get depends on track. A southern track (scenario #1) would keep most of the precipitation south of us, bringing us nothing more than flurries. But a northern track (scenario #2) would give us rain changing over to several inches of accumulating wet snow. UGH!
The graphic at the top of the page from the wise weather folks at Accuweather suggests a possible mid-week storm.
Mostly rain will fall in the I-95 corridor of the mid-Atlantic, but a period of snow and/or ice is likely at the onset Wednesday, especially in New England and the interior Northeast.
And there’s speculation of a third event toward the end of the week.
What says everyone’s favorite Weather Savior? It’ll be messy, but big snow predictions are too early to call.
@Wild5tar @twcbreaking As far as heavy snows for mid-Atlantic way too early for that call.Rain,Snow, intensity ,track big margin for error
— JOHN BOLARIS (@JohnBolaris) January 31, 2014
Basically, enjoy this relatively balmy snap while you can.