Wednesday Evening Satellite Analysis

Written by on January 1, 2014 in NatGasWeather - No comments

A strong cold front will continue to sweep across the northern US with a band of light to moderate snowfall setting up across the Ohio Valley.  Snow will then move into the Northeast Wednesday Night where several inches of snow is expected.  If moisture would have been able to phase better with the cold front, a much bigger snow event would have occurred.

 

1) A strong cold front is pushing through the Midwest with a band of snow setting up along the Ohio Valley.

 

2)  A sharp boundary over the Southeast coast will prevent much higher moisture from getting entrained into the weather system developing along the cold front in the Mid-Atlantic.

 

3)  A massive cold reservoir over the Hudson Bay keeps circulating in place while sending fresh cold outbreaks into the US.

 

4)  High pressure over the western US for the umpteenth day in a row.

 

Wednesday Evening Satellite Analysis

Wednesday Evening Satellite Analysis

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