Snow Cover from The Terra Satellite

From the NASA Terra Satellite around Noon Wednesday.

From the NASA Terra Satellite around Noon Wednesday.

The true color view from the NASA Terra satellite shows snow cover over extreme northern Delmarva, with heavy snow cover farther north. Cold air flowing into the Atlantic is producing low stratocumulus clouds well east of our area. You can see the deep snow cover over ALL of Long Island as well although there are some clouds over Connecticut. Dark areas on this image are forested areas and you can see what looks like a hole in the snow over Central New Jersey, but this is just tree cover and there is snow on the ground.

More cold air is on the way to Delmarva and we may see another shot at some snow early next week, but it’s too soon to say if it will be rain or mainly snow, and way too soon to talk about any possible accumulations. It is likely that the northeast and especially New England will see more significant snow next week.