1. Snow will hit the far Northeast today, i.e. Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Looks like 1-3 inches of snow with some local amounts up to 6 inches depending on how much rain will mix into the snow.
2. Severe storms will continue to roll through the Southeast today with wind damage and heavy rain being the main impacts. There may be a couple of quick-hitting tornadoes along the line of storms as we saw yesterday in Louisiana.
3. The next snow event will come from a clipper that moves across the Great Lakes into the Northeast spreading a coating to 3 inches of snow north of I-80 late Sunday through Monday.
4. The NAO is heading to zero and may dip below in the negative values by the start of February. The GFS is showing a storm along the Northeast coast around Feb. 4 which would make sense if the NAO continues in that direction.
System in the Gulf has a low chance for development the next two days.
Video today looks at the tropical storm and where it will go. No extreme storms, just a few heavy ones.
Here are the scenarios for the track of the tropical system.
Scenarios with our tropical system. Severe storms for the Midwest today.
We may see the tropics get active and produce a storm next week. We could see a storm approaching the US Gulf Coast by the Labor day weekend.
The pattern will bring heavy thunderstorms today and Wednesday. Video reviews the areas where the storms will hit.