Two storms in the Northeast this week
By Elliot Abrams, AccuWeather chief meteorologist
11/12/2018, 8:45:43 AM
1. The surface analysis shows the storm heading toward the Northeast. There is a high pressure area off the New England coast and another one in the Plains. A cold front separates the two high pressure areas. The temperatures are actually similar on both sides of the front. The storm itself will cause locally flooding rain along the middle of North Atlantic coast later tonight and tomorrow morning. Some places could get more than an inch of rain. Most places between Boston and Washington, D.C., have had more rain so far this month than they usually get in the entire month of November. The New York City area has been an exception... so far.
The second storm is still several days off. However, it will have plenty of moisture and on its northwest side could have significant snow and ice.
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