Good morning! As I promised last evening on Facebook and Twitter, this morning is the moment that we have to really hone in on the storm for Sunday and Sunday night. The computer models have come into pretty good agreement and have shifted the track of the system fairly substantially over the last 24 hours. What does this mean?
SNOW! And potentially lots of it. Let’s go step by step.
Ok, so how much snow are we looking at? One way to look at snow predictions is by examining the percent chance of an amount of snow accumulating. Sometimes this is more useful than “xx” number of inches, especially a couple of days from a storm. It helps convey the degree of confidence we have.
I think these percentages are reasonable and would not be surprised if they are raised a bit later today, especially north of I-70.
Here’s our initial snow forecast. Keep in mind….this is the FIRST stab. As you know, a wobble in the expected storm track can sometimes make a big difference. CHECK THE FORECAST OFTEN TODAY AND TOMORROW on social media, TV and wfmj.com.
This has the potential to be our biggest snow event of the season so far.
Keep in mind: This will be an almost 24 hour event! Plan accordingly.
Much more this afternoon on “Weather For Weather Geeks”, Facebook and Twitter. A full update on 21 News at 6&11. Thanks for reading!