Cold and quiet weather continues

2014-02-07 18:21:40.000 – Tom Padham,  Weather Observer/Meteorologist

The Northern Presidentials clearing this afternoon

After what seems to have been some very cold and snowy weeks for our shift, this week is shaping up to be quiet on the weather front. The only significant weather over the next few days looks to occur Sunday into Monday, with some light snow falling across the area, with accumulations at this time looking to be at most an inch or two. Nearly a week ago this relatively weak system was hinted at by the models of being a powerful winter storm. This serves as a reminder that even in todays day and age weather forecasts one week out can have a large amount of uncertainty, and may change drastically as the storm develops and moves closer. Cold temperatures look to continue through this week, as our shift has become accustomed to, with overnight lows dropping into the teens below zero by early next week.

For now the next significant winter storm could arrive during the day Thursday, with a potential Noreaster developing over the Gulf Coast states and then moving up the eastern seaboard. Still, this event is nearly a full week away and the forecast could change significantly. For now it is something to keep an eye on, and in the meantime enjoy the quiet weather while it lasts!


Tom Padham,  Weather Observer/Meteorologist

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