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Pro Update: Model trend Friday night storm
There has been huge progress made in numerical weather prediction in the past few decades, but, as we saw Monday night, it still an inexact science. A Norlun trough developed about 50 miles farther east than forecast, and a prediction of several inches of snow from Plymouth, MA to Portland, ME turned into nothing more than a few flakes. The various computer models are forecasting another snow threat late in the week in Southern New England. The timing of the steadiest snow is Friday night. Check the video below for details on how the different models are seeing the weather scenario unfold, and which end of the spectrum we are leaning toward. Hint: don’t put away your shovel.
Fred. I’m pretty surprised at the lack of major coastal lows this winter. Moreso lately. We seem to get these small nickel and dimers. We’ve only had about an 1″ of liquid so far this January. It will be interesting to see if we make up for it Friday night