Storm Update as of 10am Thursday

Heavy banding of snow continues from near Glen Falls to north of Portland Maine. In that area, I-2 inch snow rates continue. Bursts of heavy snow continue into eastern MA. The burst can put down a quick 1/2 to 1 inch of snow.

In the main band, amounts will near 20-30 inches for final totals.

The heaviest snow bands this morning and running from Northeast PA through the Hudson Valley into southern Vermont and New Hampshire into southeast Maine. New England is getting sleet and rain on the south Coast to snow across MA and CT. Snow rates in that band are 1-2 inches per hour.

Binghamton NY has almost 36 inches of snow so far. Amazing!

NYC area will have snow for another few hours before ending this morning.

We will see the snow end across PA this morning and will gradually end from west to east this morning. By 1pm most of the heaviest snows will be over.



14” of snow Middlesex county NJ. it’s 23 degrees right now.

Weather Madness

Did you see binghamton! 33″


Hey Henry. Thought I would post a few observations from Lat. 39.4281, Long. -77.4283 (Frederick, MD):
Heavy snow band came in around 1 PM and dropped about 4-1/2 inches of snow.
Snow changed to sleet and freezing rain which accumulated about 1 inch (difficult to measure).
Snow fell again during the late evening hours and dropped about 1 inch.
So, for my area – 6-1/2 inches total frozen precipitation.
I was expecting, and hoping, for more snow but, living in this location, I wasn’t surprised by the changeover.
Onward to the winter of 20/21. Thanks.

Weather Madness

I have been trying to figure out this storm. Weak low and weak trough lead to big snows. Models were horrible with the storm.


Great work Henry!!!


Henry, you nailed this one from 2 weeks ago. Congrats, well done.

Keith Larochelle

Here in the foothills of western Maine, where it’s most wanted and needed this time of year, we got skunked with 3-5in. Of course not too far south of us had 2ft+. Now our local NWS is talking about a big warm up right through Christmas with snow and even rain showers. So far, this year most of northern New England has not had much true winter.