Dec 1: Evening Radar Observation

Dec 1: Evening Radar Observation

Written on 12/02/2019
Jonathan Carr


We're now entering a lull in precipitation as the warm front and former primary surface low decay (about halfway through Phase 2). The coastal low is spawning off Atlantic City and by tomorrow morning will rip the flow completely out of the N. This will bring the cold air back southward (over NJ) and change precip to snow from N to S. Most precip should be over to snow by noon (Phase 3 begins)...earlier the further N you are. Then it's all about who sees the strongest meso banding through tomorrow afternoon and evening hours. No changes to our forecast as of right now. Let's see how we look in the morning. Have a great night and be safe! JC