New England Daily Snow

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By Jay Cordeira, Meteorologist Posted 10 days ago February 13, 2024

Tuesday Update


A coastal storm will produce heavy snow across far southern New England on Tuesday with most of Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine remaining dry. Fortunately, several additional rounds of snow are possible into the weekend.


Radar animation ending at 6:30AM on Tuesday morning courtesy WSI.

The coastal storm finally stopped trending southward in guidance late on Monday evening. Heavy snow will fall on Tuesday across far southern New England with totals >6" expected across the lower Hudson Valley in New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and far southeast New England. 

HRRR model total snowfall forecast through 1AM Wednesday using the model's internal liquid-to-snow ratios. 

Much of the North Country in Vermont, New Hampshire, and portions of Maine will not see any snow from this storm. The weather will remain cloudy and breezy as temperatures settle mostly in the upper 20s and low 30s. Fortunately, the weather remains active as we head into the weekend with three shots of snow: 

  1. Light snow on Wednesday in weak upslope flow over Vermont with 1-2" in the northern Greens. 
  2. A weak area of low pressure crosses New England from west to east on Thursday night into Friday that could produce a broad region of 2-4" with localized spots potentially pushing 4-6".
  3. Another area of low pressure approaches the region on Saturday and Sunday with the potential to produce 1-3" across northern New England.  

GFS model forecast animation for 1PM Thursday through 1PM Friday. 

I'll break down the forecast in a full DailySnow on Wednesday. Enjoy your Tuesday.

-Dr. Jay


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About Our Forecaster

Jay Cordeira


Jay Cordeira is an all-around outdoor enthusiast living and working among the lakes and mountains in New England. When he’s not in the classroom teaching the next generation of meteorologists, you can find him on the trails, rivers, lakes, slabs, and backcountry of the White Mountains.

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