The strong gusty winds across the area today brought some rare Bay Effect snow squalls to parts of Delmarva. The late afternoon visible satellite images from the GOES East show the moisture streaming across the region. The cold air is picking up moisture from the Delaware Bay and even the Great lakes and bringing flurries and snow squalls to the region.
A low pressure system will move across Delmarva on Monday and bring a mainly rain event to our area. It may start and end as a wintry mix however and there will be significant snow in the New York region.
Model guidance shows a strong NW wind flow in the upper atmosphere across the Eastern U.S. over the next 7-10 days, and this will keep colder than normal and at times stormy weather in the region.