We’ve complied a look into some of the top stories for this upcoming week. Check it out below.

Clipper To Bring More Snow

Another clipper system will drop a brief batch of snow Monday into Tuesday from the Upper Midwest to the Northeast. Accumulations will be mainly light, but will add more snow to the accumulations already on the ground from Saturday’s snowstorm in New England.

We’ll have a full story on this clipper released later this Sunday.



Brief Blast of Cold

Another shot of cold air, originating all the way from the Arctic, will drop temperatures as much as twenty-five degrees below average through the midweek for the Great Lakes and Northeast regions.

We’ll have a full story on this cool down released later this Monday.

Ridge Dominates the West

A ridge of high pressure will continue to sit over the West, keeping the region warm and dry throughout the week. Luckily, winds will be lighter in Southern California, keeping the wildfire risk lower than they were last week.

We’ll have a full story on this heat released on Monday.



Lake-Effect Snow Returns

Once the cold air intrudes the Great Lakes region on Wednesday, strong winds from the north and west will lead to the development of another round of lake-effect snow. Up to one foot of snow will likely fall in portions of New York.

We’ll have a full story on the lake-effect snow released this Tuesday.

Mainly Dry Pattern

Besides a clipper system to start the week in the Northeast, this week’s weather will be pretty quiet, with below-average precipitation for the large majority of the nation. The European model shows those below-normal precipitation departures in the model graphic below.





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Jackson is Head of Content at WeatherOptics and produces several forecasts and manages all social media platforms. Previously, Jackson forecasted local weather for southwestern Connecticut, founding his website, Jackson's Weather, in the March of 2015. He is currently studying Meteorology and Broadcast Journalism as the University of Miami.

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