A shot of extremely cold air, as predicted by this page 5 days ago, is currently hitting the north east of the U.S. Current conditions in northern Michigan are 25° with heavy snow. Lake effect snow showers are also forecast to the east of the great lakes in the next 24 hours, the north west of NY state, far NW of Pennsylvania and eventually the far NE tip of the states, ie New Hampshire, are forecast 1-3 inches of snow, combined with strong winds could give temporary blizzardous conditions over the coming hours! Here’s your Winter 2017-2018 FORECAST:
SNOW STORM ACCUMULATION FORECAST
WINTER 2017-2018 BY LOCATION FORECAST
Heavy Snow showers will target areas east of the great lakes, in concentrated bands of heavy snow tonight and into early Friday, especially the north west of NY state, parts of Michigan, New Hampshire, Vermont and western Maine. Snow will be patchy, however if you plan on travel be aware that conditions will deteriorate from one to the next. Snow accumulations will not be severe, mostly below 6″ with some upland areas seeing up to 10″, however high winds and unusually low temperatures for the time of year will exacerbate travel implications. Snow showers will clear late on Friday.