Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Tuesday, January 24, 2023 - Weather Discussion


Some snow in much of our area tomorrow…

A disturbance will pass through our area tomorrow, bringing much of our area some snow starting in the morning from west to east, gradually changing to rain from southeast to northwest during the afternoon and early evening, ending late at night.

Total Possible Snowfall Accumulation:


Trace to an inch possible:  Southeastern PA, East Central NJ, NYC, Long Island


1-3 inches possible:  East Central PA, West Central and Northeastern NJ, Rockland and Westchester Counties in NY State, and Fairfield County, CT


2-4 inches possible:  far northern portions of East central PA, Northwestern NJ, Orange and Putnam Counties in NY State


3-5 inches possible:  Northeastern PA

Below is the latest European model snow map from the European model, courtesy WeahterBell Analytics. Click on the image to enlarge.

After this disturbance passes our area there will be a chance for some flurries Friday and Saturday morning as a bit of Lake Effect moisture could reach our area and then we will have to watch next Wednesday through Friday as a stationary front could develop south of our area with several disturbances potentially rising along this front, bringing us a chance for some rain or snow.

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