NAM Future Radar at 6pm Wed

As our nor’easter moves inland it will begin to stall, and by Wednesday, it will make a loop and will move slowly toward Maine. While the widespread snow activity will be over with for the I-95 corridor, snow is expected to persist or expand across much of the interior Northeast and northern New England while snow squalls work through much of New England into the afternoon evening hours, which may drop a quick inch of snow with lowered visibilities. You can thank the cold air aloft and the low convective available potential energy for these powerful squalls. Then during the overnight hours of Wednesday, much of the snow will quickly dissipate, although scattered snow showers and lake-effect snow will continue into Thursday across portions of the Great Lakes region and northern New England, especially near Lake Erie.




Snowfall will be light near the coast while the interior deals with more significant snowfall of at least half a foot of snow for many area.

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