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An Early Look at Possible Storms Next Week

New England is entering a hyperactive period when it comes to storms. There are early indications of two storms looking to strike the region next week as a storm is bearing down for this Thursday night into Friday.


There will be a storm that will move through the region Sunday night through Monday (January 22-23). The exact track of this storm will determine the precipitation type. As of right now, the storm is looking to be another warm one for much of New England.


Southern New England, much of New Hampshire and southern Maine are looking at rain, with over an inch possible in areas. Vermont and northern Maine could be looking at snow from this one. This could be a pretty good snow maker for Vermont, which would be very welcome news for the state's elite ski resorts.


The National Weather Service of Caribou, Maine states:

"The low will continue to track across the region on Monday. The exact track and timing of the the low remains highly uncertain at this time, as well as precipitation types, which will ultimately depend on the track of the low."

POTENTIAL SETUP FOR EARLY WEEK STORM



The region could be looking at another storm for the middle of next week, potentially coming in on Wednesday (January 25) and continuing through Thursday (January 26). This storm is still far out and the timing and track remains up in the air. There are early indications that this storm could be similar to the storm coming through this Thursday night (January 19) through Friday (January 20).


Stay tuned to NESC as we will continue to monitor this active pattern.

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