After two consecutive weeks of fairly significant winter storms across the Northeastern United States, it is looking like they are bracing for another significant winter storm. Winter storm watches are already out along a line from Buffalo, New York to Boston, Massachusetts and northward from there.
Accumulations are expected to only added up on top of feet of snow in some areas from the past two weeks. The latest NWS forecasts have widespread areas of 10-14″ accumulations across the region. This is in association with a stronger clipper system that will get an extra boost from the atlantic ocean.
NWS forecast (10PM) snowfall thru late Monday huge in New England. 15-20” upstate NY 10-14” Boston <1” NYC pic.twitter.com/Bvya5WAslg
— WeatherBELL (@weatherbell) February 7, 2015
Maybe this time, there won’t be any insanity like there was with the #blizzardof2015.