After a week of shoveling?
We have ANOTHER 4 to 8 inches of snow coming?
This storm is supposed to a fast moving 12 hour one with temperatures dropping right after…
And more snow maybe coming later in the week….
The storm could produce intense precipitation — snowfall rates of one or more inches an hour, he said.
The heaviest accumulations will most likely be along the Interstate 95 corridor, from Washington and Baltimore to Philadelphia, New York City and Boston, Mr. Gelber said.
By late afternoon or early evening on Sunday, the snow should end, said Matthew Wunsch, a National Weather Service meteorologist based in Upton, N.Y.
“So the entire event essentially takes place over the course of, like, 12 hours, whereas the system that we just had kind of lingered around the area for several days,” he said.
A storm this week slathered New York City in 17.2 inches of snow. It was the biggest snowstorm since a record-setting blizzard of 2016, the National Weather Service said. Other areas, including parts of New Jersey, got 30 inches or more of snow.
Mr. DiMartino said clashing systems could mean an unsettled spell of weather. Snow could come again on Tuesday and Thursday into Friday as an arctic air mass from the north pushes south and the influences of La Niña push north, he said.
On the East Coast, temperatures will drop into the single digits after the storm, causing considerable icing…..