To steal a phrase from WTNH’s Chris Velardi – good morning early risers and up-all-nighters! Here are my latest thoughts on the blizzard. Monday 12pm: Light snow begins falling in New York City and points south and west. Winds will be gusty, but not bad, sustained around 15mph. Still dry to the northeast. Monday 6pm: Heavier snow falling in New… Read more →
UPDATE (1/25/15 11:00pm): Here is the latest graphics from the 21z SREF (for Boston and NYC), 0z GFS and 0z NAM: It will be interesting to see where the most intense snow bands occur. Depending on which model you look at, you get a little bit of a different answer. The 0z NAM seems to have a decent handle on… Read more →
Wednesday will prove to be a very close call for the Northeast. Right now, models are very close to one another in terms of projected path and wind speeds, but differ in the amount of precipitation totals. The NAM, ECMWF, UKMET, GFS, CMC and SREF paint a very similar picture of an area of low pressure off the coast of… Read more →
I’m looking at all the forecast models and some are pointing at the chance for a late – very late – season Nor’easter that may bring some snow to extreme eastern parts of New England.
More details coming later this afternoon as more weather models continue to render.