Mar 17, 2016 3:20 PM
Confidence is growing for a major winter storm to be impacting New England Sunday night through Monday.
This could end up being one of our bigger storms of this winter...except it will be happening in Spring!
One of our more reliable models is leading the charge and very bullish for a strong Nor'easter which will deliver a very heavy wet snow for many areas across New England.
Of course this far out, there will still is the possibility of slight changes to the track of the low, the speed in which it moves through, the timing of the heaviest snow, along with the temperature in all levels of the atmosphere.
These will all be critical factors in determining how much snow we will eventually see. While I do not like to estimate accumulations this far out because of all of these changing factors...this has the potential to deliver a heavy 6-12" of snow with locally heavier amounts across the interior, with a heavier mix right at the coast.
This is the kind of snow which will stick to everything. Obviously, the Monday morning commute will be greatly impacted. More updates to come on NH1 News Tonight on WBIN-TV!
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