Friday 10 a.m.
The cold weather pattern will continue in the Northeast through next week. There are signs of a pattern shift next month, but we would expect that eventually anyway. The biggest concern centers on what a snowstorm from the Central states does in the East. The video explores what various computer models were predicting. I think there is a reasonable chance this will be the biggest snowfall of the snow season from D.C. to Philadelphia. However, since Washington has recorded less than 2 inches so far and Philadelphia around 7, the bar is set low for this storm. Please check AccuWeather.com's latest information all weekend as we narrow down the possibilities.
As of early Friday, this was the snow accumulation forecast for the weekend. This will be updated all weekend.
As you can see, issues in the Middle Atlantic states were not resolved for this map.
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