Snow Totals | www.usspost.com
February 6, 2010 by USA Post
Snow Totals | www.u:sspost.com:According to the latest updates on weather.dtn.com, some areas in the US region is still in bad weather. We should be aware to prepare for the snow storm. It’s been reported that snow totals will still continue across the United States. And here’s the brief information on today’s snow storm.
Snow will continue across the region today on the backside of a departing low pressure system. Some areas will remain as rain during the morning across southeastern Virginia and the Delmarva before changing over to snow by the early afternoon. Snow will begin to taper off across northern Pennsylvania this morning with activity clearing out of Pennsylvania by the late afternoon.
Heavy snow will taper off across the D.C.-Baltimore-Philadelphia corridor by the mid-afternoon with snow ending during the evening. Mainly dry conditions are then expected across the region by the late evening and lasting through the overnight hours. Additional snowfall amounts will be 10-16 inches from northern Virginia through central Maryland into Delaware, southern New Jersey and southeastern Pennsylvania.
Across Pennsylvania and northern New Jersey, additional amounts of 3-9 inches will be possible between I-80 and I-76. In Virginia, amounts of 3-9 inches will be possible north of I-64 to the far southern extent of the D.C. metro area. Storm total amounts will be 12-20 inches from northwestern Virginia into Maryland, Delaware, southern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey.
Snowfall amounts will then quickly fall off north and south of this corridor with 2-6 inches for central Pennsylvania to northern New Jersey and southern Virginia. Highest totals will be from northeastern Virginia eastward to Delaware and southern New Jersey where 20 inches plus will be possible. Winds will also be quite gusty across the east with gusts to 35-45 mph being possible, especially in coastal areas. A few gusts to 50 mph will also be possible. Winds will then diminish through the overnight hours. Temperatures will run 3-7 degrees below normal across the north with readings 7-14 degrees below normal in the south.
Dry conditions are expected for tomorrow as high pressure builds in. Skies will remain mostly cloudy across the north but trend partly to mostly sunny to the southeast. Temperatures will again by 3-7 degrees below normal across the north with readings 7-14 degrees below normal for the south.
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