Below is the map for the next storm event Saturday. I am not buying the ECMWF model with the stronger storm along the coast only because the NAO is running positive, so it does not make sense to me to have a storm get to the coast and suddenly intensify. I think it's more of flat wave of low pressure that runs northeast with a swath of 1-3 inches snows all the way into the I-95 corridor. The mountains may do better with up to 6 inches of snow. Until we can get the NAO to go negative again, all we are going to see are the weaker low pressure systems moving through the East the next 7-10 days. That does not mean we are not going to see good snows. Sometimes even the weak lows can produce big snows events, but only if we can get the convection going. The key to all big snow events is convection. Without convection, you don't get the big snows.
Storm will bring a mix of severe storms, heavy rains, gusty winds and snow.
Storm will produce severe weather, heavy rains and strong winds. Some snow will fall across the Midwest and Great Lakes.
Storm next week will bring many impacts which includes high winds, snow and heavy thunderstorms.
Light snow events through the weekend. Potential big storm next week prior to the holidays.
Confidence on the storm this weekend remains rather low.
The first storm brings snow across the northern Plains. Weekend storm could produce some heavy amounts but track differs with the models