More Snow in Store for Northeast, Midwest This Week
January 28, 2015
by Courtney Spamer, Meteorologist for AccuWeather.com
NEW YORK, NY – AccuWeather.comreports an Alberta Clipper will bring a fresh wave of snow from the Midwest to the Northeast from late Wednesday through early Friday. The storm, emerging from southern Canada on Wednesday evening, will dive down into the Upper Midwest.
Snow on Wednesday night will spread from Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, reaching far northwestern Ohio by daybreak on Thursday morning.
On the south side of the snow, a light wintry mix is expected from northern Illinois into northern Indiana. As the system sweeps even farther east, snow will likely reach the majority of the Northeast.
According to AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologists Alex Sosnowski, “For the coastal mid-Atlantic, the system will generally bring snow showers and a spotty coating of snow.”
Up to a few inches of snow will fall on part of the central Appalachians, near the eastern Great Lakes and southern New England with the bulk of the snow occurring in New England on Friday.
“As the storm strengthens and pivots along the coast of northern New England, a period of wind-driven snow can occur in portions of New Hampshire, Maine and New Brunswick on Friday,” Sosnowski said.
A moderate to heavy amount of snow can fall from portions of northern Maine to southern Quebec.
Continue to check with AccuWeather.com for the latest details on the cold outbreak and any snowstorms. This entire weather report, including quotes and images are brought to you courtesy of AccuWeather.com.
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