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This video shows how weather systems affecting the Northeast will move and change during the next week.
Today's heavy wet snowfall is hitting the area from northern Maryland to Southern New England with snow fall rates of 1-2 inches per hour this morning. This draft map shows our the expected snow amounts for today:
The next storm is likely take a track north of the current storm. This would place the heaviest snow along an axis that may run from Chicago to Cleveland to Buffalo and Albany, then to just north of Boston. The places getting the heaviest snow today, like Philadelphia and New York City, should have a quick changeover to heavy rain on Wednesday.
A third storm is lurking in the shadows for later next weekend. The storm achieved legendary status on social media when it first appeared on long range model projections late last week. Once the ingredients feeding the storm start materializing we will have a lot more to say about it.
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