Here’s the National weather Service New York’s office’s take on the next nor’easter for Saturday – further east than the previous storm and either all snow or all of nothing…
THE SURFACE LOW
WILL DEEPEN RAPIDLY OFF THE DELMARVA COAST AND TRACK NORTHEAST. AS
WITH EVERY COASTAL STORM…THE EXACT TRACK OF THE SURFACE LOW WILL
MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE AMOUNT OF SNOW FOR THE AREA.
TEMPERATURES ARE COLD ENOUGH TO SUPPORT SNOW FOR THE ENTIRE CWA
OUTSIDE OF AREAS OVER THE WATER SOUTH AND EAST OF LONG ISLAND AND
POSSIBLY THE FAR EASTERN PARTS OF THE FORKS OF LONG ISLAND FOR A
. . . .
The NWS reports that last night’s Europian model showed a stronger storm
with a wetter solution, which would mean much more snow for us.
However, the morning model run was back to the other models, with would result
in 2 to 4 inch snowfall for the NYC metro area with higher amounts on
Long Island and areas east of the City.
. . . .
AS THE LOW DEEPENS AND MOVES TO THE NORTHEAST…STRONG NW WINDS WILL
FOLLOW IT. WINDS WILL PICK UP SUNDAY MORNING AND CONTINUE THROUGH