For the Mid Atlantic and southern parts of New England, was yesterday the last snow?

It seems as if for southern portions of the Northeast that yesterday’s snow was the last snow of the season.  This may be true, but there is still the possibility for some more wintry mix and rain events this spring for northern parts of the Northeast.  As spring and more mild temperatures slowly ooze their way back into the Northeast, the Arctic Jet Stream is ready to make it’s last moves on the northern Northeast.

Over the next several days and couple of weeks would be the most likely time for a snow event to impact the northern Northeast.  With temperatures warming, the window for snow in the Northern United States is closing up.  Be prepared for warmer temperatures with the possibility of some cold infiltration over the next couple of weeks.

Above all, stay safe!

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