Snow In The Wound: More On The Way For New England
Hours after an epic blizzard dumped record-setting snowfall across much of New England and Long Island, New York, two more chances for snow are on the horizon for many of the same areas that just got hit.
A ‘clipper’ system will push through the Great Lakes and make its way into the Northeast Thursday night and Friday morning, delivering a quick punch of snow for the I-95 corridor. New York City likely won’t see more than an inch from the upcoming system after seeing 8-12″ earlier in the week, but Boston could see another 3-6″ on top of the 24.6″ of snow they received from the recent blizzard.
Northern New England, specifically Maine and northern Vermont and New Hampshire, stand to see the highest totals, with some parts of the Pine Tree State closing in on a foot (and possibly more) of snow as the low strengthens while it moves further north during the day on Friday.
While this specific system is mostly more of a salt-in-the-wound type of disturbance, next Sunday and Monday could present a far more interesting and potentially far snowier scenario.
A strong low pushes across the country at the end of the week, potentially bringing big snow to the Northeast yet again. It’s early for totals and even exact precipitation types, but a Nor’easter looks set to develop during the day on Monday. The exact track of the system will determine snowfall totals and precipitation type, but another big snow for Boston and New York City cannot be ruled out. This is certainly a situation that requires close watching, and we will have updates for you here on WeatherNationTV.com and on WeatherNation TV.
We will keep you posted on the developing snow- get ready for more, Northeast!
Meteorologist Chris Bianchi