EPIC ALERT: New England 10-18" of Blower

EPIC ALERT: New England 10-18" of Blower


EPIC ALERT: New England 10-18" of Blower


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From: powderchasers.com

New England is going to grab deep dry freshies in the next several days as well as another storm likely on Thursday/Friday.   Light snow is falling over many areas this morning.  Snow will intensify this eveningfrom the Adirondack’s of New York, Western MA, Central and southern Vermont, through most of Eastern New England.  Snow continues through Monday with a stalled cold front impacting the East from the NY metro area through southern New England.

Heavy snow will be falling during the day Monday (5-10 inches) over most of New England.  Best chases might be Western MA, central and southern Vermont, and central New Hampshire.    Highest snow totals will range from 11-18 inches in those areas by Tuesday morning.  The Western suburbs of Boston will also get significant snowfall (Wooster- Lincoln, and West).

Sunday:  Light snow, freshening (2-4)

Sunday night: Light snow increasing (2-4)

Monday: Moderate-heavy snow falling during the day- Epic Alert- Deepest Western MA, central and southern VT (5-8)

Tuesday: Snow decreasing in the morning (2-4)- (Snow from Monday and Monday night).


The Sierra is getting much needed high elevation snow.  Snow intensifies tonight above 8,000 feet (10-16 inches).  Base areas see rain or mixed precipitation until Monday morning.  Colder air should Monday brings snow to the bases of the Sierra with 3-5 inches likely before ending Monday afternoon.  Upper elevations will ski well on Monday with significant accumulation.

The Rockies are nabbing 4-8 over central Idaho, 3-7 Tetons, 2-5 Wasatch, and perhaps 2-5 over in Colorado (Wednesday morning).  Warm temperatures are going to continue in the West with a trend towards high pressure after this next storm Monday/Tuesday. Best chases in the West will be Central Idaho Monday (4-8) Tetons Monday PM (2-4) and early Tuesday (2-4 additional lighter density on top of the dense from Monday).  The Wasatch should see 3-6 inches at upper elevations Monday late AM through the evening.  Most moisture will be near the northern borders, however colder air may make the Cottonwoods a better chase (2-5).


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