Dec 10: Sunday-Monday Snow Map

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr December 10, 2016 17:21

Dec 10: Sunday-Monday Snow Map

Yet another system with wintry potential for parts of New Jersey will move through tomorrow into Monday. Let’s break it down…

Departing high pressure and low pressure tracking through the Great Lakes will attempt to drive warmer southerly flow into the cold air mass currently over our region. With that said, this is eventually looking like a snow to rain situation for many. Accumulations however are possible before the changeover, especially for points N and W. We’re looking at two areas of precipitation…lighter stuff earlier Sunday then heavier stuff later in the evening and overnight into Monday. Eastern PA Weather Authority and Weather NJ have collaborated on the following impact map:

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In English: We should remain cold overnight and into tomorrow morning. The PM hours of tomorrow are another situation where NWNJ is favored for snow and SENJ is favored for cold rain. The first batch of precipitation should be colder in the form of flurries and snow showers. Then we should see a lull. The second area of precipitaton should then move in later in the afternoon/evening and last overnight. The snow/rain line has been narrowing in to the I-78 region of New Jersey. That’s not to say that areas S of this line cannot start as snow before changing to rain. And that’s not to say that areas N cannot ultimately end as rain. But when all is said and done, we feel the above snow map represents the final outcome at the surface. Everyone have a great Saturday night and please be safe! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr December 10, 2016 17:21

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