Big snowstorm for the mountains and mid-Atlantic....

>> Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Our low pressure will really crank near the coast today and bring a big-time snow event to the mid-Atlantic. Some spots in parts of WV, MD, and northern VA could easily see more than a foot.

Our nation's capital will get into the heavy snow as well, and if they stay all snow, they too might make a run at a foot of snow.

The snow will then develop further into the Northeast. How much snow places like New York and Boston receive will depend on how far north the area of low pressure tracks.

Up in the NC mountains, the snow will continue to fly today and tonight. This is a pretty impressive northwest flow snow event.

For the Piedmont, a few snow showers are possible today, and a couple of spots might receive a dusting. But this doesn't look like a big deal.

It will be windy today with some wind gusts upwards of 40mph. Winds will be higher in the mountains.

Delightful and very quiet weather is on the way as we head into the weekend.

See today's video for much more:


Anonymous 11:22 AM  


Do you think that we are done as far as snow chances this year as well as these below average temps?

Thanks for a great blog!

Matthew East 3:25 PM  

Thanks! That is probably it in terms of significant snow chances, but you can't totally write it off til April. As for below average temps, we will probably have some more of those.

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