NOAA Image of the Day
Winter Storm Continues Across Northeast
A complicated storm extending from the Great Lakes/Northeast to theCentral Gulf Coast will move northeastward to Southeastern Canada and offthe East Coast by Tuesday. The system will produce freezing rain/sleetover parts of the Mid-Atlantic that will change over to rain by Mondayafternoon. Snow will develop over the Great Lakes into New Englandthrough Monday evening. An area of rain will also develop over theMid-Atlantic on Monday morning, moving into Southern New England by Mondayevening. In addition, showers and thunderstorms will develop along thefront over the Lower Mississippi Valley into Eastern/Central Gulf Coastthat will move into the Southeast/Mid-Atlantic by Monday afternoon, movingoff the Coast by late Monday night. Rain will develop over the Western Gulf Coast moving into the LowerMississippi Valley by Monday evening. A wave of low pressure will developover the Eastern Gulf Coast late Monday night and move northeastward offthe North Carolina Coast by Tuesday afternoon. This wave will bringanother round of snow into the Eastern Ohio Valley/Central Appalachiansinto parts of the Mid-Atlantic/Southern New England Tuesday morning intoafternoon. Additionally, rain will move into the Southern Mid-Atlantic onTuesday morning and off the Coast by noontime. Showers and thunderstormswill also develop over parts of the Southeast and likewise move off theCoast by Tuesday afternoon. This image was taken by GOES East at 1645Z on December 9, 2013.
Courtesy of NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory