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  1. Well, it's within 72 hours of beginning and modeling is looking more and more robust for potential snow somewhere in the Great Valley region. Right now 40 North and Plateau west look to be in the sweet spot with several runs in a row of the GFS really hammering those areas into Southern Kentucky. As of now, all major models are on board with the storm and are showing a near perfect track for widespread snow across our region. The main issue, as always, will be warm nosing causing boundary temp issues. This looks especially likely for the Eastern Valley, from Chattanooga to Knoxville. If the boundary temps work out, this looks like it could be a nice one. It's also somewhat shown that the new GFS has the same NW trend that the old GFS exhibited. Here are some clown maps from tonights runs. 00z GFS Through 90 hours on top, then the GGEM that Jags already posted in the pattern thread.