Wagswoofs – This weekend, the East Coast might experience a significant snowfall, which would be the first in nearly two years.
Cities like New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington DC could potentially see measurable snowfall as a Nor’easter approaches. This would be the first time since February 2022 that these cities would experience significant snowfall.
The East Coast is bracing for a powerful storm that will bring over an inch of snow and heavy rain to the region. Travel along the I-95 corridor is expected to be significantly affected by this weather event.
A powerful storm is expected to form along the Gulf Coast, bringing with it heavy rain, snow, and strong winds up the East Coast. Meteorologists have provided detailed forecasts, specifying the exact times when snowfall will occur in major cities across the United States.
The National Weather Service predicts a possibility of rain and snow in New York City on Saturday, starting after 2pm. The precipitation is expected to continue, mainly after 8pm, with temperatures around 35F.
On Sunday, we can expect a mix of rain and snow, primarily occurring before 8am. The highest temperatures will reach around 40F.
On Saturday in Philadelphia, there is a possibility of snow before 1pm, followed by a mix of rain and snow. The highest temperatures will reach around 41F.
There is a possibility of rain and snow on Saturday night, with temperatures dropping to around 33F.
Sunday’s forecast indicates a possibility of rain and snow before 1pm, accompanied by temperatures reaching a high of 39F.
Snow is expected in Baltimore before 1pm on Saturday, followed by a mix of rain and snow. The highest temperatures will reach around 42F.
Rain is expected on Saturday night, and Sunday is forecasted to be cloudy.
In Washington DC, there is a forecast of snow before 1pm on Saturday, followed by a mix of rain and snow. The highest temperatures are expected to reach around 40F.
The weather forecast predicts that rain is likely to occur on Saturday night. However, Sunday is expected to be a partly sunny day, with the highest temperatures reaching 43F.
December brought unusually warm weather to most parts of the United States, marking a record-breaking month. It has been nearly two years since the East Coast experienced significant snowfall.
On Wednesday, Central Park reached a milestone of 669 days without a single inch of snowfall. In the year 2023, New York experienced a meager 2.3 inches of snow, a stark contrast to its usual annual average of 30 inches.