Some absolute amazing numbers for the snow in the Northeast! Some areas in NJ seeing 15 inches of snow! The Nor’easter will still provide some breezes today and many in east MD and Delaware did see some flurry/wet snow flakes mixed in with some showers last evening. Definitely NOT the storm that I was thinking for the area a few days back. Now that we are in a Positive NAO state (North Atlantic Oscillation – Read more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_atlantic_oscillation) we will see milder conditions! Temps by Sunday and Monday will approach the 70s for southern areas and the 60s for many!
The next rain chances look to be Tuesday – There are signs this will be a very strong cold front and cause the chance for severe weather and gusty winds. Wednesday will feature a real cool down, but more mild weather looks to follow briefly. As of now, Thanksgiving week looks to be the transition back to colder weather and there are hints at possibly more storms as the NAO may go back to negative. That is too far out to be a sure thing at this time.
All for now!