Overall, today is going to be a nice day! Thursday will be windy and partly cloudy with a high temperature of 42 in the city, low 40s in the suburbs.
Monday's low in Madison was 29 at 9:14 p.m., 8 degrees above normal and 41 degrees above the record low of 12 below for March 4, set in 1890.
AccuWeather forecast accumulating snow for parts of Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City and Boston, with heavy snowfall expected to span from northern DE to southeastern Pennsylvania, metro New York City, central CT and central MA. The evening commute will be impacted.WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 AM CST TUESDAY. The storm will develop near the coast of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia tomorrow morning.
THURSDAY: Snow ending early in the morning. As the rain transitions to snow, there may be a small amount of freezing rain. Patchy blowing snow. High near 34.
"Latest forecast model guidance suggest a storm track that will lower snow amounts inside [Interstate] 495 and the [southeastern/northeastern] coastal plain, " forecasters wrote Tuesday afternoon, urging people to stay tuned. Snowfall rates will be up to an inch per hour for a short time. On Monday evening and part of Monday night, many roads will be snow-covered at times with low visibility. Snow heavy at times at night.
"I would expect winds to be about half of what they were", Gelber said. And a wind advisory was issued for the South Fork, which could see up to 50-mph gusts.
Whatever snow falls will be heavy and wet, which means there's the possibility of downed power lines, broken tree limbs and renewed power outages in places already hit hard by last week's nor'easter.
Creighton's son, who was in the back seat, was not injured, she said. Washington and Baltimore will fall in the southern portion of the storm's snow production Wednesday and are expected to experience little to no snow collection. About the only big unknown with this storm is where the rain/snow line will eventually reach.
After that, we cool down, and the weather is relatively quiet through the end of the week. The weekend looks good too.
Saturday: Partly sunny. Pleasant. On Thursday, daytime highs will be about 40 degrees. Being nearly 48 hours out, it's much too early to pinpoint where exactly this band will set up, who sees the heavy rates and the areas that will withstand the highest accumulations. North wind 5 to 9 miles per hour.