Good Evening All,
It's about that time to put away the models and see what is currently going on.
Just a quick on the fly update. Just some observations. If you looked to the North and West at sunset clearly you could see the skies trying to clear. This is the colder drier press coming in from the northwest that my maps from last night was showing. Over the next 4-8 hours is critical to how the cold and dry air press down from the north and west.
Currently here in Media we sit at 44 degrees with a dewpoint of 32 this is oh oh so close tomorrow to being a big deal when it comes to snowfall.
Look for temps to gradually fall further especially north and west for a time where skies are clearing.
Keep an eye on your humidity and dew point levels because this will be a key ingredient in determining when the rain changes to sleet then to snow and ultimately how much snow your neighborhood is going to receive.
FYI if you wake up in the morning say at 6 am and it is already snowing prepare for a long day if you do not like snow exercise caution on the roads.
FYI if you wake up and you see sleet snow is not far behind so heed caution on the roads.
FYI you wake up it is raining at 35 degrees and your dewpoint has fallen to 32 it is just a matter of time
before sleet and snow mix and then change over.
As I said last night "The Snow Race is On"!!
Final Snow Map:
The "X" factor that can make this more is that the cold air gets here quicker however I am not ready to cross the bridge right now. I will wait when the rain snow line is crashing down on I-95 tomorrow LOL
Final Snow Map could waver back and forth 10-20 miles either way.
Thanks for Reading