Not to be confused with the larger storm Sunday/Monday, we’ll have a clipper put down 1-3″ of snow Friday night & Saturday. Some overnight driving may get a little snowy/icy. Snow will gradually taper off during the day Saturday with highs near 30°.
Another powerful winter storm will impact the northeast starting Sunday morning. Expect the snow to spread from southwest to northeast before noon Sunday. Snow will continue through the end of the day, some of it may come down heavy at times; expect 1-3″ by sunset Sunday.
Snow will continue Sunday night, with another 3-5″ on the ground by the Monday morning drive. The early drive Monday will be very slow as snow continues to fall, some heavy at times, and the wind blows from the northeast at 10-20mph. Visibility will be low and roads will be snow covered; it’s pretty much a lock that there will be closings/delays. Snow will gradually taper off from west to east as the day goes on.
Like so many storms that have come before it, the track will likely wobble a bit before we get to the end of the weekend so we will be fine tuning the snow totals as we go. However, as it stands now we’re looking at a widespread 6-10″ snow with some going higher than that. It’s more likely the Champlain Valley stays on the lighter end of the scale.
-Meteorologist Sean Parker