Simulated infrared satellite imagery from the HRRR model as the Saturday storm passes.

Back-End Update #1: Sun-Mon 1/14-15

Folks, we have a pretty good sized lake effect event behind this storm that will have streamers off of both lakes at least through Tuesday and they will travel far, in fact some streamers may persist for over 300 miles. There will be a lot of snow from this in some focused areas, but also wind and some lift holds plus increasingly colder temps by day so be prepared to withstand some single digits with wind come Monday.

The forecast here will only cover 4PM Saturday through 4PM on Monday in order to help everyone understand what to expect. If you are looking for information on Saturday's storm, coverage through 4PM on Saturday was updated earlier today (and will be updated Friday also) and can be found here:

Storm Update #2: Sat 1/13
This is an important weekend and we’ll have a storm impacting the entire region on Saturday with both snow and rain, maybe a little ice, and unfortunately also wind. Wind will be a notable issue for operations on Saturday in parts of the NY, VT, NH, ME, and ET (Eastern

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