Hi everyone, it's Sharon and we will continue to have mild weather through the rest of the week.
High pressure will control our weather here in the northeast for one more day, so again tomorrow, we'll see more clouds, but it will again be mild with temperatures reaching the upper 30s and low 40s.
Over the weekend, another storm system will be approaching from the Ohio Valley. This storm is continuing to evolve, and right now it looks like enough warm air will be pulled into this system to keep it from being a plain snowstorm. Instead, it looks like we will get a mix of snow, rain, and possibly some sleet and freezing rain. The track of this system, and whether or not it morphs into a coastal storm, and if so, when and where, will make a difference in what type of precipitation we will be getting. Right now, it looks like the storm will begin late Saturday afternoon with a wintry mix moving in from SW to NE.
As the storm moves by on Sunday, the snow/rain mix will taper off to snow showers with the colder air coming in. A few snow showers may linger into early Monday in the mountains. Depending on how this storm plays out, snowfall amounts will be variable. Right now it looks like we'll get anywhere from a trace to 3" of snow.
Our weather will be pretty quiet again through most of the work week. There is a slight chance for a few flurries on Wednesday with a weak disturbance moving through.
Your MAX Advantage Weather Team will be closely watching the evolution of the weekend storm, and we'll be narrowing down what you can expect from it over the next day or so.