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By: NEwxguy , 1:57 PM GMT on February 10, 2014
about .5 inches of snow last night,just enough to coat the surface.Now more cold air comes rushing in.Winter shows no sign of easing any time soon.We continue to have a parade of systems some weak and some strong.Next up a strong system on Thursday,still a huge variety of tracks and strength.Track will be crucial for this system,due to the fact there won't be a huge amount of cold air to tap into.So a closer track will have more rain and a farther east track will produce heavy wet snow.Could be a lot of wind with this system also.Until Thursday cold air will be firmly entrenced.
Another winter storm is getting its act together along the gulf coast.This system will cause major problems in the south with ice,snow along the northern fringes of the precip through alabama,mississippi, and Georgia into south carolina.Once this system moves off the coast it will strengthen and head up the east coast spreading a variety of weather along the way.
The southeast is going to have a major effect from this storm,with a lot of icing for northern Georgia and South Carolina,snow just to the north of the icing.This storm will hit the Atlantic and head up the coast strengthening as it does with heavy snow,ice and heavy rains right along the coast.
It looks to cross Cape Cod tomorrow night,and deepen rapidly as it does.This will cause warm air to rush in from the Atlantic causing a changeover to rain 15 to 20 miles inland.How much snow falls will depend on how quickly the changeover occurs.Western areas should stay all snow and get anywhere from 12 to as much as 18 inches.This is going to be a major story the rest of the week,so everyone should be prepared.
Major heavy snowfall for some areas inland from the coast,closer to the coast,there will be mixing and change over,the big question is when the mixing and changeover will occur.Bad day all up and down the coast.
Deep low pressure moving up through the bay of Maine toward the maritimes, behind it some very strong winds today,but sun should return this afternoon,but with little effect with the strong winds.
We won't have much time to rest though as another coastal storm moves off the NC coast and bombs out as it moves northeast.Still some question how close it comes,but more snow for eastern sections tomorrow and tomorrow night.Still not sure of how many inches,Cape Cod could really get dumped on,but for eastern sections should be a plowable snowfall.
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