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Mid-Atlantic Snow forecast For December 28-29 (Initial)


Ellinwood

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Another quick-turnaround forecast as the next system looks to bring widespread 1-4" totals to the Mid-Atlantic, with higher totals in the central Appalachians. Marginal boundary layer temperatures and initial surface winds out of the southeast makes finding that 1" boundary a challenge yet again. Luckily, the upper-level temperatures are cooperating more this time around, so if your surface temperature is at or below freezing you'll almost certainly be getting some accumulation. Mixing areas will mostly be rain/snow, but some sleet is still possible.

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I'll be traveling tomorrow, so if/when I update it will be in the evening.

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Might want to change the title on this post to the correct dates; predicting things before they happen rather than after gives you more credit.
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[quote name='gisman' timestamp='1356642260']
Might want to change the title on this post to the correct dates; predicting things before they happen rather than after gives you more credit.
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Ha! Thanks for catching that... was copy/pasting an old title and didn't update the dates.
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