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CBS6 Area Forecast
Meteorologist Erik Thorgersen
Last Updated:3/9/2014 8:57:49 AM
|Weather Advisories: SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM POTENTIAL WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY |
Confidence is increasing that the area will be impacted by a winter storm from Wednesday into Thursday. Some uncertainty remains as to the exact storm track and precipitation amounts, but, at this time, it would appear highly likely that much of the area would receive a 4" or greater snowfall.
The weather players will be a southern jet stream disturbance currently lingering across the Southwest and a northern jet stream disturbance that will move into the Pacific Northwest today. By Wednesday there is the likelihood that these two will merge and create a new area of low pressure. On Wednesday morning, this area of low pressure will take shape in the Ohio Valley and track towards the mid-Atlantic coast as it intensifies. Precipitation looks to begin from Wednesday morning through early Wednesday afternoon before ending on Thursday morning. Depending on the exact storm track, precipitation may begin across parts of the region as rain, or a mix of rain and snow, before changing to snow. Due to the uncertainty in the exact storm track and, as a result, precipitation types for the entire event, it is still too early to predict exact snowfall amounts. However, at this time, a 4" or greater snowfall for much, if not all, of the area appears likely.
Stay up to date on the latest forecasts as the weather players involved continue to evolve.
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| This Morning: Flurries and snow showers in the Catskills ending Becoming mostly sunny Breezy |
Wind: WNW 5-15 mph
Sunrise: 7:18:00 AM
Temps: Rising to 29 at noon
| This Afternoon: Mostly sunny with just some late day increase in clouds Cooler Breezy |
Wind: WNW 10-20 mph
Sunset: 6:54:00 PM
| Tonight: Becoming mostly cloudy A few snow showers developing |
Wind: SW 5-10 mph
Sunrise: 7:16:00 AM
Low: Low 20s
| Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy A few rain or snow showers, mainly during the morning Milder |
Wind: SW 5-15 mph
Sunset: 6:56:00 PM
High: Low 40s
| Tomorrow Night: Mostly cloudy A few snow showers redeveloping |
Wind: WSW 10-15 mph
| Tuesday: A morning rain or snow shower, mainly in the higher terrain across the North Country Increasing intervals of afternoon sunshine Mild |
High: Low to mid 40s
| Wednesday: Snow or a mix of rain and snow developing Any mixed precipitation transitions to snow Significant accumulations are possible |
High: Low 30s