After a major winter storm came through last night, with snow to heavy windblown rains along the coast to snow and ice interior we are tracking yet another winter storm that is expected to come through Saturday
This system will not be nearly as strong and impactful but will spread a widespread swath of light to moderate snowfall and accumulating snow Saturday into early Saturday evening, the disturbance will be weak and fast-moving
Friday will have clear skies, breezy conditions and cold temperatures with highs in the low 30s interior to upper 30s along the coast with NW winds at 15-25 mph , clouds will increase Friday night with lows in the upper teens /low 20s NE PA to upper 20s along the coast
Saturday looks to start off overcast with snow overspreading most of the area in the early afternoon, rain snow mix along the IMMEIDATE coast line , but with the air mass in place being plenty cold you wont have to go far inland to get all snow
The very little green on the map is where rain is expected
Pink – Mix of rain and snow with little to no accumulation
Light blue – Snow, with light accumulation , general 1-3 inches , 1 to locally 2 in the western light blue area , 1-2 locally 3 in eastern light blue
Dark Blue – Snow , light to moderate accumulation with a general 2-4 inches, most locations I believe will be 2-3 inches with localized 4 inches and perhaps some lolipops of 5 inches.
After this storm, a very cold air mass will settle in so whatever snow falls will stick around for a while with highs in the 20s NE PA to low to mid 30s along the coast , lows in the upper single digits to low teens NE PA to lower 20s along the coast Sunday through much of next week , with teens in between.