Had jury duty yesterday, so I couldn’t make a map! I’m a bit lucky that I held out as models are finally figuring this storm out and cutting down precipitation totals significantly in PA and NJ. This is mostly due to later cyclogenesis and less moisture available since it was cut off by convection in the Southeast. The green area is where I think there will be SOME snow accumulation at the end of the event, but it won’t be enough to break into the 1″ contour.
Verification for the past storms and this one coming this weekend (hopefully). There will also be a discussion on a significant severe weather event that’s progged to rake the ArkLaTex region into the Southeast on Monday before progressing to the East Coast on Tuesday.