The fantastic winter will continue with another big storm across central and northern New England. Snow will fall heavily on Wednesday through Wednesday night, and will then taper to snow showers on Thursday morning.
The first part of the storm will feature warmer air in southern New England, so unfortunately Massachusetts, southern New York, southern Vermont and southern New Hampshire will see mixed precipitation or plain rain.
But central and northern New York, Vermont and New Hampshire will see well over a foot of new snow, with some mountains likely measuring up to two feet by the storm’s end. Thursday morning will be a fantastic time to be a New England skier!
Cold air will overspread the region in the wake of the midweek storm, and a few snow showers will bring minor accumulations over the weekend as a weak storm passes to the north.
From March 17th through the 25th, a few storms will likely move through the mid-Atlantic and New England regions. But it is too early to know if these storms will bring another round of significant snow, rain or head out to seas without causing much of a fuss. Stay tuned…
Joel Gratz is a Meteorologist and the creator of OpenSnow.com.