Wednesday 10 a.m.
Two videos today: an outlook through the weekend for the Northeast and a look at weekend prospects in the Chicago area.
This pressure analysis shows a flow from the ocean is affecting much of the East Coast. This suggests increasing moisture for the region..
For the Ides of March, Shakespeare's play titles put the weekend forecast onstage. Hint: It's not just A Winter's Tale.
This series of maps shows how the extreme cold today in the Northeast is replaced by somewhat milder air tomorrow and Saturday.
This pressure map shows the storm center. The front to the east (red line) marks the boundary between warm air to the south and progressively colder air to the north.
This draft forecast map shows the heaviest snow from the upcoming storm is likely from northern Illinois to northern New England. Tomorrow afternoon, conditions may range from blizzard conditions in central New York to spring style thunderstorms in southern Pennsylvania.
This is the chameleon month of March. Always searching for a sense of identity, its days stagger through punches of waning winter, dance with the sunlit caresses of coming spring and hide behind thick clouds through the wind-swept battles between the two.
In the early to middle part of next week, there could be a hint of spring in the region from Illinois to New Jersey. This is a forecast map for next Tuesday morning. The average rain-snow line is midway between the last blue dashed line and the first red dashed line, and.... is that a daring daffodil???