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Why So Much Snow? Sometimes Weather Is Like a Broken Record

  • High pressure stuck over the Pacific leads to Northeast storms
  • Eventually spring will win out, but it may take a few weeks
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Another Winter Storm Is Coming To The U.S. East Coast

We all fall into ruts sometimes, repeating the same behaviors over and over. The atmosphere is no different, and that’s what’s driving the seemingly constant loop of nor’easters pummeling New York and Boston.

A high pressure system locked over the western U.S. has cemented the rest of the weather patterns in place across North America. In the Northeast, that’s meant conditions have remained ripe for the late-winter storms.