Wednesday, November 28, 2012

December 1-2 Winter Weather Event - Northeast

Property of WeatherBell Models.
This is the snow depth forecast for the upcoming winter weather event for the Northeast. The above image is the total accumulated snowfall until December 2nd, and, as you can see, the Northeast gathers some accumulation, with totals ranging from under an inch right along the coast to as much as 6-7 inches in northeast New York. Vermont and New Hampshire also look to get a few inches of accumulation, with the most snow being right near the border.

The system doesn't look to be too strong, so the event will not last that long. The snow will likely begin around the early morning hours of the 1st, so no significant travel impacts are expected. However, it appears possible that airports in the region may have some slight delays. The early rush hour may start off slow, but generally no troubles.


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