Posted: 2010-01-20 10:41:45
EAST – Short term Update…
Accumulating snow…though light will fall across New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Maine’s western Mountains through Wednesday night favoring areas like Black Mountain, Mount Abram and Titcomb with another 1 to 4” and Mount Jefferson in eastern Maine seeing 3-6” with the current coastal low pressure system exiting.
Otherwise a trace to 2” might accrue in parts of upstate New York’s Adirondacks, The Green Mountains of Vermont, Temperatures were marginal at base lodges in the 20s at most summits with winds moderate.
Thursday and much of the weekend – High pressure will bring brilliant sunshine and spring like skiing to much of the Northeast U.S. through most of Sunday before a warm surge of air moves in from a developing southerly flow late Sunday into Monday next week.
Colder air will wrap around this exiting storm system for the middle part of next week introducing more light snows to mountainous areas New York and New England with generally from a trace to 5” and nothing major was foreseen through the end of January at this point.
A LONGER RANGE LOOK TO FEBRUARY
Courtesy of Jim Roemer -
FOR ANALOG YEARS AND WEATHER PATTERN COMPARISONS TO FORECAST FEBRUARY SNOWFALL IN NEW ENGLAND
STOWE/CANNON MOUNTAIN/KILLINGTON AND OTHERS--
The year 1969 seems to fit very well in some ways. December and January, 1968
snowfall was below normal across much of New England with January
being the worst. February, 1969 features big snowfall from Maine to New
Hampshire and parts of Vermont with the most over southern and eastern
New England. Mt Washington, for example, had the most February snowfall
ever in 1969 with over 170 inches, while about 45" fell at Stowe and 74"
AND Roger Hill Best Ski Weather
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