OVERNIGHT MODEL UPDATE ON THE POSSIBLE HALLOWEEN WEEKEND STORM

The overnight models continue to advertise a rather strong low along the Eastern seaboard next week:
0z Euro:

0z GFS:

0z Canadian:

6z DGEX, which is the only one that’s off the coast:

And the 500 mb map from the Euro, with a nice negatively tilted trough:

Although I am certain there will be no snow from this along the I-95 corridor or even farther northwest of that, I can see how there can be some snow with the possibility of accumulations in the Appalachian mountains, including the Poconos, from this. If this were a mere 4-6 weeks later, we’d probably be talking about a more substanstial snowstorm for the northern parts of our area. Regardless, I think there a big storm next week on Halloween weekend, with the potential for some snow in the mountains, and a cold, nasty rain elsewhere. This may very well be the storm track that sets up for the winter, which in January would mean a a lot of snow and ice in the northwest, ice and rain in the middle, and rain east of I-95. I can hear the whining already, lol.  I’m interested to see how the Occupy Wall Street crew does next weekend with this. They clearly should’ve started in April…;)

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