Forecast Update March 12:
With a cut off low meandering around the Mid-atlantic and no cold air to the north… r**n should advance to the Canadian border. That said, the heaviest NCP will remain south of Albany. Sleet is a possibility in the mountains.
Now too much anticipated long range. It appears that for the next 10 days or so the storm track will be across Canada. This will result in a series of cold front passages. Which means a brief warm up followed by cooler air and a chance of snow showers.
The bottom line is, this pattern is not favorable for any meaningful snow. As we all know, we are getting closer to April and the end of, what I think, was a pretty decent season …
After a perfect spring weekend, our weather takes a turn. Low pressure will move from the Rockies to the Ohio Valley by Thursday. While this happens a High will be moving east of Quebec. Taking the cold air with it.
The low will then move off the Delmarva/NJ coast and intensify. Usually this is a good thing, but there is no cold air. R**n will spread north on Thursday and stick around until Monday. Followed by more seasonable temps. The amount is still in question, but I think we are looking at a widespread 1-2″ of QPF…
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So what you are saying is that Central Vermont is risky on Monday (Ontario Spring Break).
The rain will be of the showery nature on Monday if not done entirely.
How far north will the NCP go?
Looking like partial snow at Tremblant.
All snow at Le Massif
Good to see Colin Extreme at NYSB. Already preparing for my road trip north of Quebec City March 20-27, so I’ll be keeping an eye on the Wx up there.
>HEY HARV, CONGRATS! You are the Photo of the day at Gores website. No underhanded pay there for good writeups, I hope!