Winter Does Not Want To End

2013-03-14 18:57:09.000 – Michael Kyle,  Summit Intern

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After last weekend’s beautiful weather condition many of us in the White Mountain region are looking forward to the spring season. Unfortunately the weather models are showing Old Man Winter doesn’t want winter to end. With astronomical spring starting on March 20th, weather models are showing the next winter storm potentially impacting the region on March 19th. Yes, the last official day of winter, the northeast could potentially see the next significant winter storm.

While the storm is still six days out and a lot could change in those six days, the models have been consistently showing the potential storm having some kind of impact on the region. The majority of the models have shown the storm to likely to bring significant wind and snow to the Northeast, while Coastal areas will be more likely to see rain and or a wintry mix. As mentioned earlier there is the possibility for major changes with the storms track and strength and this is only preliminary. To monitor and track the development of this potential winter storm, go to the Mount Washington Observatory’s Weather Page. On this page, you will find the 36 hour higher summits forecast, current weather conditions, links to our local National Weather Service office, and several other weather related links.

 

Michael Kyle,  Summit Intern

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