By Alex Sosnowski – AccuWeather
There is a chance that multiple storms next week could sync with colder air that settles into the Northeast to bring snow or a wintry mix to part of the region.
Following near-average highs last weekend, colder air will arrive in stages from the latter part of this week and into the second week of February.
The benign weather pattern will become more extreme during next week and could feature a couple of storms that could have significant impact in part of the Northeast.
The jet stream will take a large southward plunge into the central United States during next week. This river of strong winds aloft will cause arctic air to pour southward over the Plains and Midwest.
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