# Winter weather
Temperatures to rise as quickly as they fell heading into the new week
Temperatures Saturday afternoon will not rise more than a few degrees from morning lows as strong cold air advection continues from an area of high pressure to the northwest. Wind chills Saturday afternoon will range frompot the single digits below zero north to the teens south as blustery conditions will prevail.
Cold snap this weekend followed by quick warm-up for next week
After a warming trend through much of this week, a potent cold front will drop through New England tonight through Saturday morning. An area of high pressure to New England's northwest will continue to filter cold and dry air behind the front. This high pressure, combined with the departing low, will create a tight pressure gradient, resulting in blustery conditions on Saturday. Winds will be gusting 25-35mph.
Looking back at New England's longest snowstorm: The 100 Hour Storm
The week of February 22nd to the 28th, 1969 saw one of the longest and most impactful snowstorms in New England's history. This may come as a surprise as this storm generally isn't talked about in the same way other historic winter storms in the region have been remembered.
New England weather this week: Calm and warming
The week starts off chilly, but a warming trend is likely as the week progresses. The week will also be very quiet and tranquil, at least until the end, when a system likely pushes through the region. Here's the details:
The Snow King: The Great Blizzard of 1899 and the Arctic Blast that followed
The Great White Hurricane. The Great Blizzard of 1978. The Blizzard of the Century. Snowvember. These are some of the names used to describe powerful, unforgettable snowstorms across the United States. There is one storm that could lay the claim to being the king of them all.
New England remains chilly & a bit unsettled this weekend
Heading into this weekend, the jet stream will be taking a ridge-in-the-west-trough-in-the-east type pattern. This will bring New England continued chilly temperatures. Overall, temperatures will likely be slightly below average with highs in the 20s and 30s and continued wind chills keeping the feels-like temperature colder. This troughing over New England will also keep the region under cyclonic flow, keeping things generally unsettled.
MSP Airport Breaks Daily Snowfall Record, Several Wrecks Reported Across Twin Cities
TWIN CITIES, MINNESOTA - The Minneapolis International Airport (MPS) officially broke a record yesterday, Wednesday, February 14, 2024, for daily snowfall, measuring 6.9 inches of snow as of midnight on Thursday, February 15, 2024. The previous record was 6.4 inches, set back in 1950.
Snow Possible in the Northeast & New England, Heavy Rain Returns to Florida this Weekend
Light Snow Possible for New York City Early Saturday. Good morning everyone. Our snowstorm is long gone, replaced by breezy conditions and a cold day in the Northeast. We are relatively quiet, with no major systems expected to impact large portions of the lower 48 aside from our continued stormy West Coast, and some more heavy rain for Florida this weekend.
SNOW MAPS: With the storm changing, how much snow can we expect from Tuesday's nor'easter?
The region of New England is now making preparations for a nor'easter that is expected to arrive on Tuesday. This storm has the potential to bring as much as twelve inches of snow to certain areas of the region. As the storm draws closer, schools have already announced that they would be closing, and it is predicted that further closures will be implemented. On Monday afternoon, however, we saw new patterns that will allow us to adjust our forecasts on the regions that are most likely to get the greatest amount of snowfall.
Winter Weather Advisory for Southern Twin Cities: Up to 4 Inches of Snow Forecast
SOUTHERN TWIN CITIES - The National Weather Service in the Twin Cities has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of the southern Metro. The Advisory is in effect from 3 PM Wednesday through 3 AM Thursday for the counties of Scott, Dakota, Le Sueur, Rice, Goodhue, and Pierce.
Snow Washington DC to NYC to Boston 6 to 10 inches, Weather conditions improve late week
Winter Storm Warnings are up into midday and early afternoon as a storm system moves off the Virginia coast this morning and strengthens into a major storm. Snow has already moved in across Pennsylvania to Connecitcut. Some areas in Central and South Jersey and Southeast Pennsylvania are changing over to snow as the storm draws colder air in aloft. This should be fast and by midday the snow will be done from New Jersey west and and end from west to east across Southern New England and Long island after 1pm.
Winter, Is That You?
TWIN CITIES, MINNESOTA - We continue to monitor the latest model guidance on the potential for accumulating snow Wednesday evening into early Thursday morning. It appears the greatest chances for at least a couple of inches of snow will fall across southern Minnesota.
Potential Foot of Snowfall
As winter tightens its grip, Connecticut braces for an imminent onslaught of snow, courtesy of an approaching winter storm. The seasoned meteorologists at StormTracker have sounded the alarm, predicting a substantial snowfall that could blanket parts of the state with up to a foot of snow by Tuesday.
Winter Storm Tuesday Pennsylvania, Northern NJ, New York, CT & Mass, Up to 1 foot of snow likely
Winter Storm Awatches are posted from Central Pennsylania to Northern New Jersey, the Hudson Valley, the Catskills, east to Connecticut, Rhode Island, and much of Massachusetts. The immediate coast is not under any watches or advisories at this time. This is for late Monday night into Tuesday afternoon. Before we get there we what should be a dry day though we have clouds to deal with. Radar is showing rain across Virginia, Maryland and Delaware and the northern edge of that rain will possibly touch Southern New Jersey.Otherwise we will see clouds. North of NYC clouds will thin out somewhat while to the south there will be a heavier overcast. Temperatures today will be topping out in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Rain will slide out to the east and south and skies should partially clear out tonight. Monday morning lows will be in the 30s.
Pre-Valentine's Snowstorm Hits Pennsylvania
This article was written with the help of A.I. software. Pennsylvania: As Pennsylvania enjoys a mild weekend, a significant shift in the weather is on the horizon. A winter storm is set to sweep across the state, bringing with it the potential for a snowy surprise just before Valentine's Day.
Record highs give way to a major snow storm Monday night into Tuesday, New Jersey, NYC, CT, MA
Having a day of near record highs, and a potential heavy snow fall a day or two later is not that unusual especially as we get to the latter stages of the winter season. It has happened quite a few times in late February and March, especially in years where winters are having warmer than normal temperatures. That said, today is the very warm day of the next 5 days as we have a west wind and some sunshine. That should boost highs to the upper 50s and lower 60s this afternoon. Some stations have low hanging fruit when it comes to record highs so they should be hit. The amount of sunshine we get will determine who breaks above 60 degrees.
Arctic Blast Imminent: Prepare for Freezing February-March!
BIG NEWS ON THE HORIZON: Brace yourselves, folks, as we're gearing up for a serious drop in temperatures! Remember how they've been hinting at this since November? Well, it's about to become our chilly reality. The latest forecast models are showing that, from February 15th all the way through to March 15th, we can expect temperatures to plunge. It looks like we're saying goodbye to the mild weather, and the toughest part of winter is still ahead for many of us here in Missouri. In the meantime, it's wise to prepare: top up your propane tanks, make sure you have enough firewood, and gear up for the snow that's set to make a comeback! Stay warm and stay tuned!
Severe Winter Storm Hits Riverside County Mountains with Heavy Snowfall and Strong Winds
A significant winter storm has brought substantial snowfall and powerful wind gusts to the mountains of Riverside County, creating challenging to impossible driving conditions in higher elevations. The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a winter storm warning effective until noon Thursday, predicting as much as two feet of snow above 7,000 feet and wind gusts reaching 60 mph.
Snowstorm Potential Increases for Parts of the Northeast & New England, More Gulf Heavy Rain
Quiet Period Gives Way to Possible Northeast Snowstorm. Good morning everyone. The eastern half of the Country continues to enjoy quiet weather, but things are going to change drastically this weekend into early next week as our next storm begins to cross the lower Rockies and reorganize.