Friday, March 15, 2013

Update on Afternoon Model Runs

Good Evening. After analyzing the afternoon runs of the models, as usual Tuesday will be a very tricky forecast. At this point I think some snow can make it into our northern counties but it will not be snow the whole event. What is likely is light snow changing to rain then back to snow as the event progresses. What we will probably end up with is 1-3 inches locally in higher spots for our northwest counties. Rain will be prevalent elsewhere in the mid atlantic.  Further north in interior New England I think 12-14in of snow is a good bet at this point. The areas of southeast new England will most likely see on the order of 3-6 inches depending on how close to the coast they are. Once This storm hits the pacific coast tomorrow I will post my first estimated snowfall totals for the whole region. The accumulations I mentioned in this post are just for discussion purposes.

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