Winter Storm Threat: February 8-9 (Final Call)

I ended up going more bullish with the southern fringe of the different snow contours east of the mountains and across south-central Pennsylvania, otherwise my thoughts are pretty similar to yesterday.

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Still looking at a fair amount of uncertainty regarding snow accumulation east of the mountains due to the very warm temperatures leading into this event. A good pasting of snow is expected once temperatures cool down early Thursday morning, but a 1-2 hour shift in either direction with the introduction of colder air could add or remove some 1-4″ of snow. That being said, once the changeover to snow is made, it will be snowing quite hard, and heavy snow can overcome marginal surface temperatures.


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