The last 10 days of this month will feature a very stormy pattern over the Eastern U.S., with a relentless series of vigorous storms plowing across the Midwest to the Northeast.
With trends pointing to a general storm track setting up just to our north, Virginia would be in an unfavorable position for snow, whereas Pennsylvania and points north could be dealing with some potentially significant late-winter snowstorms.
If this plays out, it could be a memorable stretch of weather for our neighbors to the north, while we would see episodes of rain, followed by cold and windy conditions behind each departing storm.
It will be an interesting period to watch, even though at this point it looks like we won’t be on the snowy side of things.
Posted by Jim Duncan