Thursday, February 7, 2013

Intense and Complex storm for Delaware Valley Region to Bring Accumulating snow ! Historic Storm From near NYC to much of New England !

As of 6:00 AM this morning, I have no changes to my call from last night ! This is now my FINAL CALL for this storm ! Enjoy

The ingredients are coming together for a Historical Storm for much of the Northeast. We have 2 storm systems on the table, one now in the SE States, and the other system moving across the Midwest and OH Valley. These 2 storms will merge near the M/A coast later Friday and Friday night. As this occurs intense u/l energy and dynamics will rapidly strengthen this to one storm off the NJ coast Friday evening, then move NE to off the New England coast on Saturday.

This is a Miller B type system that will turn into an intense Nor'Easter for much of the Northeast, bringing Heavy snow and strong winds, with Blizzard conditions from NE PA to Northern NJ and points NE into much of New England. Many of these areas will see 1 to 2 feet of snow with some areas near BOS and East Central New England reaching 30".

I'm expecting the most impacts with snow from Friday night into Early Saturday morning, for the Delaware Valley region.

Here are my best snowfall estimates at this time:
Issued 8:00 PM Thursday Evening

EDIT:
NOW MY FINAL CALL AS OF 6:00 AM FRIDAY AM !

Nearby Northern and Western Suburbs of PHL and Central NJ east of PHL:
5"-10"

PHL and Extreme SE PA:
4"-7"

Southern NJ:
3"-6"

Extreme Southern NJ and Northern DE:
2"-4"

Central and Southern DE:
Coating to 2"

For NE PA to Northern NJ and NYC: 12"-18" can be expected with near Blizzard conditions for Friday night into Early Saturday.

I'll be on the road during much of tomorrow, so I'll update if needed later in the day.

Take Care,
Ruggie

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We miss you Ruggie!