Right Weather Pro

Computer Model Trends: Wed-Fri Nor’easter

If you thought Southern New England was done with snow in 2013, you thought wrong. Many in Southern New England will see wet, heavy accumulating snow in the next few days as a slow-moving storm pummels the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The storm will bring a myriad of problems from heavy snow/rain to strong, damaging winds to coastal (and possibly river) flooding. Below is analysis of the latest computer model information as it arrives on Tuesday evening.

**Reminder: A lot of what you are seeing is raw computer model data. It is not a Right Weather forecast. This is a peek behind the curtain at some of the data that we look at when creating the forecast. Please, do not misinterpret some of these projections as our forecast.**

A few things:

12Z run = 7 am EST initialization time
00Z run = 7 pm EST initialization time
QPF = Quantitative Precipitation Forecast (how much liquid precipitation falls – must convert for snow totals)

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

Related Articles

Back to top button