The trailing cold front of a strengthening storm will move through North Florida early Monday and bring cooler temperatures to start off the work week.
A low pressure system will develop into a Nor’Easter and bring snow to the Northeastern United States Monday through Wednesday. As the system strengthens and moves closer to the eastern coast, snowfall accumulations could range from 6 inches to upwards of 2 feet. This could cause delays and travel impacts for several days in the Northeast as the Nor’Easter continues to move off to the north and east.
As a trough develops with a dip in the jet stream, temperatures will drop below normal across the southeastern United States. Temperatures will remain below normal in North Florida behind the trailing cold front of this system. The counterclockwise circulation around the Nor’Easter will filter in cold air as far south as Florida through the middle of this week.