BLOG: Snow Storm Update

Good morning all,

If you followed my social media posts and/or watched me on TV last evening, you noticed I was becoming concerned that the storm is not going to behave as originally expected. That trend continued overnight.

So, what changed?

After the first wave of snow Saturday night/Sunday morning, a second surge of moisture was supposed to ride up the front from southwest to northeast, bringing out heaviest snow Sunday night and Monday morning.  BUT, instead of coming northeast…this second surge will track DUE east and miss us to the south. gfs

So now expect the WORST of the storm to be Sunday morning and afternoon, with snow tapering off and ending by the end of the afternoon. Simulated radar at 9:00am: 9am

By 1:00pm, the snow should ALREADY be winding down north of I-80:

1pm

It will snow HARD for a time and travel will be slow Sunday. That’s the bad news. The good news? Monday morning should be just fine for school/work.

Total accumulations across the region: 2-5 inches.

More updates on Facebook and Twitter when I have some time today and tonight.

Eric

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