Latest GFS runs show heavy snow falling across much of North America over the next 10 days.
From Jan 19 thru Jan 28 many regions, particularly eastern parts, are forecast up to 32 inches (2.7 feet) of powder — with more than half of that expected to accumulate this weekend alone.
NORTH AMERICA’S TOTAL SNOWFALL (JAN 19 thru JAN 28)
The NWS has issued Winter Storm Warnings for counties including Pennsylvania and Bradford, for New York, Steuben, Schuyler, Chemung, Tompkins, Madison, Southern Oneida, Cortland, Chenango, Otsego, Tioga, Broome, and for Delaware — link here.
The heaviest snow is expected to fall Saturday evening and into Sunday morning, where snowfall rates of 2 inches per hour are forecast.
CONUS TOTAL SNOWFALL (JAN 19 thru JAN 28)
Temperatures are set to plummet well-below average as a brutal arctic air mass descends all the way down to Miami, Florida — in fact, the cold plunges even further than Miami as Havana, Cuba is engulfed as is Yukatan, Mexico.
The GFS even picked-up a snowstorm along the Gulf of Mexico for Feb 03???
Central and Eastern areas of North America are likely to see temperatures dip as low as 20C below normal over the weekend, with the cold forecast to stretch long into February (at least).
CONUS TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES (JAN 21)
The Grand Solar Minimum continues its intensification.
Global average temperatures continue to fall.
Northern Hemisphere Total Snow Mass is currently sitting well-above the 30-year Average — see link below or click here.
The sun is beginning a period of prolonged inactivity, as it did 400 years ago during the Maunder Minimum.
The cold times are here.
Stay tuned for updates.