The pattern has started to adjust with very warm weather for the West while temperatures in the East average below normal for much of the next 2-weeks. This is good news for snow lovers in the Northeast as there are a fewthreats to watch!
A couple clipper like systems this week but the bigger threat in the Northeast is Sunday-Monday, just beyond the maps below.
Another bigger storm will move into California Thursday and then this energy will traverse the U.S. toward the weekend. A weaker system will also be tracking from the Northwest and with cold air in place we could be looking at light to moderate snow storm across the Ohio Valley and the entire Northeast. Interior New England and higher terrain will certainly get a decent dump of snow over the next couple weeks so hopefully that pesky Groundhog is paying attention (Groundhog day is this Thursday 2 Feb). The next bigger system is way out there Thursday time-frame next week so at least some threats to watch.
This morning I had this letter from one of our super star employee's 6-year old son laying on my desk. A nice way to start off a Monday. :)
Finally, we'll have something exciting things to show you this Thursday (Groundhog day) as we take a tour inside our headquarters here in Bethlehem, PA. It's a lot cooler than that hole Punxsutawney Phil crawls out of! Look for a video on Facebook
and email to clients later this week. Here's a sneak peak of some of what you'll see. That's all we have to say about that for now. :) One more thing...if you like weather, space, star trek and capt kirk...you'll love it. And that's really all we have to say about that. ;)
Have a great week folks! - Capt Kirk out.