1. The storm coming this weekend is on the models again, and it appears we have low pressure that develops along the arctic front. Once it does develop, it becomes a blizzard for parts of Maine and Atlantic Canada, but for the areas south of there, it's a moderate snowfall up the I-95 corridor. While I went 3-6 inches of snow in New England, I can see more there, maybe 8 or 9 from Connecticut to Maine. Winds should pick up and blow the snow around after it falls so not a very nice storm overall.
2. Next week looks rather storm with at least two storms coming out of the Rockies and heading across the country. The second storm looks very scary with a blizzard on one end and a severe weather outbreak on the southern end. Either way you cut it, it's a stormy pattern, one that I have mentioned several times now would occur as we go through February. We just need to get some snow into D.C. to Philly to satisfy the snow lovers who have been left out of winter.
Severe storms will hit areas from Pennsylvania to New Jersey today. The storms will be packing high winds.
The heat is on from the Plains into the East.
The storms will continue around the edge of the heat wave.
Severe storms will be moving around the ridge of high pressure whish is producing the high heat.
Heat wave will build in the Plains as temperatures will hit the 100s. That heat is heading east this weekend.
A cold front moving through the Northeast will bring heavy storms. High heat will build in the Plains and spread across the East.