A big system with the potential to dump snow (we’re talking 8-12+ inches possible, but the location remains uncertain) along the East Coast along the I-95 corridor starting late on Christmas Day and going through the 27th. There is still a high uncertainty with the track of this storm, so snow forecasts won’t be that accurate up until within two days of the event.
So keep an eye on the forecast and adjust your travel plans as necessary. There is some potential for this to be a big storm, though I’m still about 50/50 on this event hitting the East Coast hard. As of now, my call for DC/MoCo is 2-4″, which could go up to 3-6″ tomorrow if the models converge on a snowier solution.
I might not get to update the blog until Saturday, as I will be traveling to NY tomorrow, and I’ll be coming back to MD to work on Christmas.
Merry Christmas! Enjoy the snow (if you get it)!