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Storm #1:

TIMING: LATE TONIGHT INTO TOMORROW MORNING

ONSET: 12 – 1AM

ENDING: 6 – 7AM

SYNOPTIC OVERVIEW: Low pressure currently over the Southeast will strengthen slowly as it slips off the Delmarva moving northeast late tonight into tomorrow morning delivering moderate – heavy snow to our region.

SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS:

Snowfall Accumulation Map (Storm #1)

Storm #2:

TIMING: SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING

ONSET: TBD

ENDING: TBD

SYNOPTIC OVERVIEW: An area of low pressure will develop over the Midwestern States tracking northeastward towards our region Sunday night into Monday morning. There is currently disagreement on the exact track of the system with the European being model the most northwest tracking the center of low pressure just off the NJ coast, while the GFS model remains the most southeast tracking the center of low pressure much farther off the coast. I’m currently favoring the NAM model since it seems to have the best handling on this system being the middle ground between the GFS and the EURO, tracking the center of low pressure off the Delmarva northeast into New England. Therefore, I’m thinking 6 – 12 inches west of I-95, 3 – 6″ east of I – 95, and 1 – 3″ at the coastal areas as an early call for snowfall accumulations. Will have a full on detailed analysis on this storm tomorrow evening around 5pm, so make sure to check back for the latest storm information!

FIRST CALL SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS:


First Call Snowfall Accumulation Map (Storm #2)

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