Pro Video: Assessing the Northeast snow threat next week
There is a lot of buzz in the Northeast surrounding the potential for a winter storm less than 10 days after Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of the Mid-Atlantic and New England coastline. Early-November snowstorms are not unheard of, and the pattern is favorable for a storm to develop, but, will there be enough cold air around to support snow? As Fred Campagna explains in the Right Weather Pro video, a lot of elements have to come together perfectly for that to happen. It looks like the development of this storm will be too close to the coast to bring snow to Southeastern New England. There is, however, the potential for some higher elevation snow in the interior Northeast. The storm may also batter the already damaged shoreline with another round of wind and waves.
Here’s hoping your assessment holds true! Thanks to the one of the hardest working meteorologists in New England — appreciate your hard work. Get some sleep, sir.