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January 20, 2011 / Dave Gorham

Texas Low to Nor'easter in Just 30 Hours

The low pressure area that was in northeastern Texas this morning is expected to be off the coast of New England by later tomorrow. It’s a fast-moving storm system, and that’s a good thing. Should it slow, snowfall amounts from the South to New England would be significantly higher. As it stands now, the amounts will still be impressive and, when considering the two previous heavy snowfalls over the past three weeks, only the school kids are excited about this one!

Notice the heart of the low in western North Carolina midday today. Image: ImpactWeather StormWatch.

I received an email from a friend in southern Connecticut the other day. He was complaining about all the snow, while at the same time enjoying his new snowblower. Start warming up the ‘blower, Tom! You should begin to see the snowfall tonight.

By midday tomorrow the low is off the coast of Maine. Image: ImactWeather StormWatch.

The latest estimated snowfall amounts. Image: ImpactWeather StormWatch.

Here’s the latest video from ImpactWeather’s StormWatch Meteorologist Chris Hebert.

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