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By Alan Smith, Meteorologist Posted 3 months ago November 27, 2023

Snow for the East this Week

Summary

A storm will bring snow to the higher terrain of New England through early Monday, followed by additional snow showers across the Great Lakes and New England over the course of the week. The West will start out dry early this week, but the pattern will turn more active late this week with a few storms expected.

Short Term Forecast

Eastern Snow:

An active pattern with below-average temperatures will remain in place across the East over the next several days. While the cold air will be good for snowmaking, ski resorts in New England and across the Great Lakes region will pick up some decent natural snow accumulations as well. High-elevation snow showers will also extend further south into West Virginia with flurries possible in Virginia and North Carolina. 

For more details, check out these Daily Snows from our local forecasters:

Forecast for Mon (Nov 27) to Tue (Nov 28):

High-elevation snow and low-elevation rain will continue across New England on Monday morning, followed by additional lake effect and upslope snow showers across a larger portion of the East through Tuesday. Out West, the storm track will favor Southeast Alaska with heavy snow expected. 

Forecast for Wed (Nov 29) to Thu (Nov 30):

Snow showers will continue across the Northeast, with lake effect areas receiving the highest totals. A storm will also work its way into the Southwest with snow favoring the Four Corners region, while the Sierra is only expecting light snowfall. Further north, heavy snow will continue to fall in Southeast Alaska. 

Forecast for Fri (Dec 1) to Sat (Dec 2):

Multiple storms are projected to impact the West late this week with some uncertainties regarding the storm tracks. At the moment, a split flow storm track appears most likely with snow favoring the Southwest and the Northwest, while the Central Rockies and the Sierra may miss out on the heaviest snow.

Another storm is possible for New England, but confidence is low in the storm track which could make the difference between snow or rain being the favored precipitation type as milder air looks to enter the picture.

Extended Forecast

Outlook for Sun (Dec 3) to Thu (Dec 7):

The storm track is expected to favor the Pacific Northwest and Northern Rockies, but warmer temperatures are also expected so we will have to keep an eye on snow levels as rain could enter the equation at lower-elevation ski resorts.

An active pattern is also expected to continue across New England with additional shots of snow and rain possible. 

Thanks so much for reading! Next update on Wednesday (November 29).

Alan Smith 

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Alan Smith received a B.S. in Meteorology from Metropolitan State University of Denver and has been working in the private sector since 2013. When he’s not watching the weather from the office, Alan loves to spend time outdoors skiing, hiking, and mountain biking, and of course keeping an eye on the sky for weather changes while recreating.

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