Thursday Storm Still Looking More “Wet” than “White”

We’re continuing to monitor the development of a coastal storm for Thursday and Thursday night.  This could be the first significant snowfall for parts of central New England.  And, even though significant snow looks unlikely locally, it is a storm track that bears watching. HERE’S THE SET-UP: Upper-level energy (trough in the jet stream) will drop down from central Canada over the Great Lakes and Northeast and generate a rapidly intensifying coastal storm.  The storm will bring precipitation and gusty winds to New England.  Heavy snow is expected in areas north and west of the center of the storm with…