1. The clipper that came across the Ohio Valley yesterday really fell apart coming over the mountains. I was banking on the warm advection zone to remain intact into Maryland, but that area even fell apart too. So in the end, not much snow fell east of the Appalachians.
2. The clipper coming across the northern Great Lakes will continue across the Northeast tonight producing a coating to an inch or two of snow. Nothing that fantastic.
3. The map for the Friday storm is below. It's based on the ECMWF snow area for now. I doubt the storm will wind up like the ECMWF says Friday night across New England, but in any case, it looks like a 2- to 6-inch snow event coming across the Great Lakes and New England.
4. Still watching the Valentines Day storm. The ECMWF has it, but the GFS has done the usual of losing it.
Low over Florida will drift into the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. Slow development possible.
Snow along the Front Range of the Rockies...cold weather in the Plains.
The storms will continue to roll east with damaging winds and flash flooding. Snow along the front range of the Rockies.
Severe storms will be ahead of the cold front as it blasts across the East. Get ready for a fall!
A week of extreme weather with flash flooding, severe weather, snow and cold waves.
The pattern will become wild for the next seven days with flooding, severe storms, frost and freezes.