A BLIZZARD MAY IMPACT PARTS OF THE NORTHEASTERN STATES MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY!

You’ve probably already heard that a major winter storm may impact the Northeastern part of the nation Monday night and Tuesday. Blizzard conditions are possible in areas from Central NJ through parts of New England and Long Island. The culprit is an Alberta Clipper low pressure system that will intensify very rapidly as it approaches the coastal waters. Please read my Weather Fact entitled “What does Bombogenesis Mean?” for an explanation as to what is expected to happen to the low pressure system. One of the big questions right now is how far southwest the accumulating snowfall will extend. Right now, weather forecasters are not predicting a major snow event for Hampton Roads. However, the Eastern Shore may get significant snowfall. Stay tuned as things can change! No problems are expected here locally through Monday evening. If there is going to be any accumulating snowfall, it will be Tuesday morning. Please monitor the local media and the National Weather Service for the latest updates.

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