Snow and ice will spread into the interior Northeast early this week from a coastal storm that battered parts of the East Coast over the weekend.

The storm is currently centered well off the southeastern New England coast, and it will crawl northward off the Northeast Seaboard into early Tuesday.

Moisture from the storm will reach the Northeast Monday night, when it’s expected to overspread air that is cold enough for wintry weather to occur in interior areas.

Colder air will wrap into the storm Monday night through the first half of Tuesday. That will allow snow and ice to affect areas from northeastern Pennsylvania and upstate New York into western and northern New England.

Winter weather advisories have been issued by the National Weather Service for many of these areas. That means the snow and ice could create hazardous travel conditions.

Snowfall totals won’t be heavy, but areas from eastern New York into northern New England could see a few inches of accumulation through Tuesday. Ice accumulations will also be light, with most areas seeing less than a quarter-inch of accretion.

Map: November 2019 Snowpack | Who Has Snow?

Jake didn’t add this in our latest video but I felt it was worth a mention!

The 2019-2020 ski season is off and running with ski resorts from Vermont to Tahoe spinning chairlifts and serving up ski runs. It’s still very early in the ski season, but the daily SNOTEL map gives us an idea of who are the early season snowfall leaders and laggards.

So who is having the best early season?  Look to Montana where snowpacks are at near 300% of normal.

Ski areas in California and Oregon are unfortunately off to slow starts. But don’t get to down just yet. It’s only mid-November with months of cold and snowy weather ahead.

The areas of the map that are purple, blue and green are snowpacks that are above average. Measurements are taken automatically at backcountry weather stations called SNOTEL.   (scroll down for UK weather)

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UK forecast for the next 5 days

Frost and patchy fog, then sunny spells. Rain in west.

Today:

A cold and frosty start for many areas with some dense fog patches slow to clear across central and south-eastern England. Remaining dry with sunny spells in the east, but cloudier in the west with outbreaks of rain arriving.

Tonight:

Patchy frost and fog in the east, and possibly in the west of Northern Ireland, but cloudier and windier for other western parts with further rain at times.

Wednesday:

Most central and eastern areas dry and bright, but feeling cold in the freshening winds. Cloudier in the far west with rain at times.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Rain will be heavy at times often affecting southwestern areas; this tending to become light and increasingly patchy as it pushes northeast. Brisk southeasterly breeze, temperatures recovering to near average.

 

 

 

 

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