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Long Range Forecast – January 2, 2014

We told you it would be an exciting end to 2013 and start to 2014, and it certainly has been. This was such a unique storm in Southern New England. It’s so cool to see something totally new (snow and -1° in Worcester) after 15 years of professional forecasting. So, what’s down the road? The most interesting weather in the next couple of weeks will shift west of New England. The storm that comes on Monday will likely bring rain to SNE, and some ice to Northern New England, but it will be a blizzard or near-blizzard in the Ohio Valley. It will also be followed by the coldest weather of the millennium for part of the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic. It may be the coldest in the past 25 years for some places. It will be very cold in Southern New England in the middle of next week, but it will not be as brutal as it will be on Saturday morning.

The storm track will vary in the next couple of weeks. We may catch an Alberta Clipper that brings snow late next week. After that, the general pattern does not look extremely cold into early the following week. We’ll continue to watch it and bring you updates as needed. Check the video for more.

Fred Campagna

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

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