It’s not a ton of snow, but at this point, we’ll take anything.
Mad River Glen, VT is already closed for the season…
“Computer models today have trended toward a little further offshore storm track. Perhaps more important, the models are indicated the storm might not be quite as strong as indicated earlier in the seek. There is still quite a bit of differences among the model forecasts tracks, indicating that considerable uncertainty remains with this forecast. Regardless, a good portion of the mid Atlantic into New England will be receiving some late winter snowfall starting late on Saturday across the central Appalachians, and Sunday into early Monday as the storm moves northeast up the coast.
Colder air will be moving in behind the storm for the beginning of next week. With many areas seeing an early emergence of local vegitation, damaging frost or freeze conditions are possible, especially Monday night into Tuesday morning especially across. the mid Atlantic region and the Ohio Valley.
Temperatures will be on the rebound by mid week, and it appears that by the end of next week much of the Eastern US will again be experiencing unseaasonably mild early spring temperatures.” – NOAA, today