We’re still expecting snow to fall tonight, heavily at times, with its biggest impact on Tuesday morning’s commute along with – hopefully – your snowblower’s auger.
Timing: We’ll begin to see light accumulations of snow late this evening, but the heavier accumulations will take place between 4am and 9am Tuesday as the storm becomes more focused and organized.
How much? Here’s my best shot as of 8:30pm Monday evening.
You’ve seen higher snowfall total forecasts though, haven’t you? If there is going to be more than this, there will need to be a very tight focus in this storm early Tuesday and snowfall intensities would have to turn fairly extreme, which is possible, but I’m not seeing that right now. Can we hope? Sure, but I’m skeptical. If this storm does ramp up enough for a foot of snow, we’ll likely hear thunder, which is always fun in a snowstorm.
Snow will lighten up early in the afternoon and will be ending in the late afternoon, but gusty winds will throw snow around into the evening, so road conditions will likely remain poor in places through most of the day.
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This post was written by Randy on March 4, 2013