That's right we've got another potential storm in the works, beginning tonight through Tuesday evening for us in the Northeast.
Just how much snow could we see? Folks east of I-81 will receive the largest impact from this storm but totals will depend on temperatures as a warm front moves through just ahead of the storm. There's a chance the eastern portion of NY could see some mixed precipitation during the day Tuesday ahead of the Arctic front (very unlikely but Upstatesnow.com won't completely rule it out). Snow showers will continue into Wednesday and temperatures begin to plummet as the cold front sets in. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the single digits and for the Adirondacks struggle to get out of the negatives. With that being said lake effect showers will continue throughout the rest of the week... bringing some pretty significant totals to the usual suspects like Tug Hill and East of Lake Erie.
Our friends to the west of us are now experiencing what we're predicting to see late tonight and tomorrow. Heavy snows are currently moving across Michigan, when all said and done they can expect anywhere from 4-8" for lower MI/Eastern UP, Northern IN with a possible 8"+ for central lower Michigan. For tomorrow arctic air pushes in from the north firing up the LES machine, with the air being so cold don't expect much more than a few inches. Temperatures will run well below normal for the next 4 days or so, with double digit negatives for the north woods. Don't forget to check Johndee.com for his daily forecast.
As for the Rockies, not much to report on, looking pretty quiet weather-wise through the remainder of the week. Total snow accumulations below, brought to you by Rocky Mountain Sled Conditions.