Mid-Atlantic Daily Snow

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By Zach Butler, Meteorologist Posted 6 months ago December 18, 2023

Rain Changes to Snow North and West

Summary

Heavy rain and strong winds move out of the Mid-Atlantic on Monday morning. As this occurs, cold air will move in from the north and west, developing scattered snow showers, which will bring moderate snow accumulations to the northern and western Mid-Atlantic. This will bring fresh conditions by Tuesday and for the remainder of the week.

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Zach Butler

Meteorologist

Zach Butler is currently a PhD student in Water Resources Science at Oregon State University. He just finished his master's in Applied Meteorology at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. Originally from Maryland, he has grown up hiking and skiing up and down the East Coast. When not doing coursework, he enjoys cooking and exploring the pacific northwest on his bike.

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