Feb 11: More Snow Possible Next Week

Verification For Today: I expected Partly Cloudy skies, with high temperatures in the in the lower to mid 30 north and west of NYC, and in the mid to upper 30s for NYC and closer to the coast. The forecast was correct.
Score: 4/4

Tonight: Mostly Clear. Low temperatures will be in the mid to upper 10s north and west of NYC, and in the upper 10s to lower 20s for NYC and closer to the coast.

Tomorrow: Mostly Sunny. High temperatures will be in the lower to mid 30s north and west of NYC, and in the mid to upper 30s for NYC and closer to the coast.

Tomorrow Night: Partly Cloudy. Low temperatures will be in the mid 10s north and west of NYC, and in the upper 10s to lower 20s for NYC and closer to the coast.

Saturday: Partly Cloudy. High temperatures will be in the lower to mid 30s north and west of NYC, and in the mid 30s for NYC and closer to the coast.

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Snow Possibility Next Week:

After the blizzard that affected the area yesterday, another snowstorm could affect us early next week, and despite the model uncertainty, it is likely that this storm will not be a big snow producer. The models are currently showing an Alberta clipper dropping out of the Midwest, affecting that area through the Mid Atlantic with light snow. An Alberta clipper is typically moisture starved, so it does not produce big amounts of snow. Then, the Alberta clipper is forecast to move offshore, but what happens next is still unknown.

Once the Alberta clipper goes offshore, it could move up the coast. If it does, then intensification of the storm is possible, however it still does not appear to have much moisture involved, so big snow amounts like those from yesterday are not expected. While we have many details that have to be narrowed down, such as the track of the storm and its intensity, it could end up bringing at least moderate snow amounts to the area between Monday and Tuesday if the trends are supportive of that happening.

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