Here’s a break down of the storm and impacts through Tuesday. On Weather Madness Pro, I am doing live blogs on the storm and also talking about the next storm which could be a coastal storm. https://weathermadness.com/madness-pro/
HRRR snowfall seem to be on track for widespread 1-4 inches of snow from Tennessee to Ontario. Locally 6 or more of snow will occur in the Appalachians and along the Lake Front. Bulk of the snow will come tonight into Tuesday as the rain changes to the snow as the upper level low moves in. Snow ratios may start at 6:1 then got to 10:1 as it turns colder. I like the snow area shown here on the HRRR. We also need to address the snow across NY into northern New England where 1-3 inches will occur later Tuesday into Tuesday night.
Severe storms may hit the Mid-Atlantic. The storms impacts will be damaging wind gusts and perhaps a quick hitting tornado.
Simulated radar shows the storms over The Delmarva this afternoon between 1pm and 4pm.
Rotation tracks show the potential for quick hitting tornadoes in The Delmarva. The storms may also produce hail which can be supported by the rotation.
Strong southerly winds will hit New England, especially the South Coast and Long Island this afternoon and evening. Winds will be gusting 40-60 mph until the cold front moves through this evening. Power outages may occur due to the high winds.