Cecily Tynan: 3 Possible Storms Next Week

Chance of snow on Monday is just the beginning of what could be a sloppy week.

Graphic via Accuweather.

Our friends at Be Well Philly have tipped us off to the fact that Philly weather juggernaut Cecily Tynan is warning of snow on Monday. Sayeth Tynan:

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.

 The National Weather Service, Accuweather and The Weather Channel — who have named Monday’s system Nika — seem to concur.

What says everyone’s favorite Weather Savior? It’ll be messy, but big snow predictions are too early to call.

Basically, enjoy this relatively balmy snap while you can.