Major Winter Storm Arriving Tuesday or Wednesday!
The track is unknown until we see where the center developes. This is the situation:
1. If the Low tracks closer to the coast we could see a change over from snow to a mixture of snow, sleet and freezing rain. Areas inland will see higher snow totals because of that.
2. If the Low is further off the coast. The air will remain cold enough and heavy amounts of snow will fall along the I-95 corridor. As the storm nears, winds will intensify, creating blizzard conditions which in result will cause downed trees and powerlines. Snow totals could range anywhere between 6″inches and 2 feet!! Keep an eye on my blog for future udpates!
Storm Track 1.
Storm Track 2.
Yet another Winter Storm will impact us early next week. This one could have the potential to dump over 12″ of snow, maybe 2 feet! There is also the down side of receiving a wintry mix, or just plain rain. Let’s hope the storm stays off the coast just enough to keep us in the snow and get the big stuff! The track is uncertain as always, but one thing for sure is this storm is going to be a monster!
Here is the latest forecast model for Sunday, January 23rd, 2010. The yellow line is the potential track of the storm for next week.
Some models have this thing exploding into a monster as it rides up the coast. This is going to be a significant weather event for millions of people. Keep your eye on your local forecast over the weekend. Just like a rain dance, a snow dance is always encouraged!