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A Couple Rain & Snow Chances for the Northeast Ahead

3 Apr 2021, 7:23 am

A couple quick moving weather systems will impact the northeast over the next few days, but most of Easter Sunday will be dry, cool, with a few clouds.

WEEKEND

A quick moving cold front will push across the northeast Saturday night into Sunday. We will see a mix of rain and snow across western and central NY. Precipitation will fall apart overnight, so as we wake up Easter morning we will see more clouds than shower activity. Easter Sunday will be mainly dry but breezy.

As this cold front pushes east we will see strong winds along the New England coast – gusting between 30 and 40 mph at times on Sunday night.

MONDAY

On Monday we’ll be watching a retrograding low pressure system – meaning the system will move east to west, rather than the typical west to east. This will bring light snowfall back to northern Maine and rain showers along the I-95 corridor from Bangor, ME down through Providence, RI.

Heavier rain looks to arrive by the middle of next week. Snow accumulations from the retrograding low will be minor : 1-4″. Snow from the cold front during the weekend will also be minor, less than 2″ across the southern tier of NY and northern PA.

Your eastern regional forecast is :10 after the hour on WeatherNation with more detail on these quick moving weather systems.

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Lucy is originally from the Boston area but has spent the last four years forecasting and living in Colorado! She stayed in the northeast for her education, graduating Summa Cum Laude from SUNY Oswego with a B.S. in Meteorology. Just a few days after graduation, she made the cross country move to Color... Load Moreado Springs, CO to begin her career at KKTV, the CBS affiliate. Lucy has covered historic blizzards, tornadoes, windstorms, the largest wildfires in Colorado state history and dust storms ... they truly "get it all" in Colorado! Lucy is excited to forecast on a national level and continue her passion of explaining the science behind the weather!

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