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FEB 13 8:02am Snow Tomorrow…Coastal Tuesday?

Discussion started by robweather 3 years ago

Plenty of weather ahead of us from the Polar blast to the potential for snow and ice the next 6 days so lets get right into it. The snow tomorrow looks to be all snow for most of the area with a trend upward to a little more snow.

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When: Sat/Sun
What: All Snow
Start: 4-7pm Saturday
End: 12-2pm Sunday

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Accum: 1.4"-3.5" across the region

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The storm on Tuesday may slide out to sea but I expect the models to play off the track of this storm before we gat a better look at the next one. Here is what the models are saying right now for the Tuesday storm.

--GFS mainy flurries and out to sea

--EURO out to sea on the latest model run

--Canadian Model Out to sea

The Canadian model as well as the GFS and EURO take the storm too far south due to HIGH pressure building right over us not to the north near Canada. This blocks the storm from coming north. This has changed on the last computer model run so expect it to change again.

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John Manetta
John Manetta
1-3" is the average for this region. It's no surprise that those totals occur more often than not.
3 years ago
ezweather
ezweather
Watching that line developing over Western PA. Kind of like severe thunderstorms during the summer. Biggest concern is the wind and temperature. I'm very concerned about power outages. You lose power, be amazed how fast the house gets cold. Hopefully, everyone gets all the final items wrapped up soon. Will do on my end soon.
3 years ago
dehaven
dehaven
I think your forecast is spot on for Tuesday REBELG. 1-3 Tuesday afternoon, 1-3 Tuesday night, 1-3 Wednesday pre-dawn and a final 1-3 Wednesday morning... I hope. JC weather is a good place to look at past temperatures if you haven't already ajb. Just go under the calendar tab and you can pull up individual months of the years you are interested in. Turn off the lights and lock the door behind ya when you're done! Think snow! Lol!
3 years ago
ajb
ajb
EZWEATHER, The winters of '93/'94 and '96 were colder than last winter? I remember the Blizzard of '93 and the Blizzard of '96 where Philadelphia Intl Airport officially received 30.5" of snow. I just don't recall any of those winters being exceptionally cold, especially when compared to last winter's Polar Vortex hanging around for so long...
3 years ago
REBELG
REBELG
Just what I thought one two three!
3 years ago
robweather
robweather
good point John. Thanks
3 years ago
ezweather
ezweather
Hi Rob. One of the things we'll have to watch is the wind on Sunday and the threat of power outages. That is something no one should have to endure. Get that firewood for this weekend. Cold weather could rival what we had back in 96 and even if you go far back to the winter of 93-94 one. Good days to stay and be warm.
3 years ago

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