Right Weather Pro
Pro Update: Live Blog Monday, January 20, 2014
A moderate snow storm is possible in Southern New England beginning Tuesday PM and ending Wednesday AM. Check this page on Monday, January 20, 2014 often for live blog updates on the forecast from Right Weather meteorologist Fred Campagna. Feel free to ask questions in the comment section near the bottom of the page.
Fred. This event seems to have some similarities to the storm back on Jan 3rd and 4th, but do you see any differences that could perhaps results in higher or lower snow total in the RI/SE MA area?
Great PRO coverage (models, etc.), Fred! Looking fwd to seeing if the Euro joins the GFS camp…
Given this pattern is it likely that over the next couple weeks there are going to be more potential storms like this? It seems like the longer term models are kind of having a hard time picking up on when these coastals are going to form, is that fair to say?
Do great minds really think alike? I posted a couple of graphics just now in the live blog that speak to this.
Lol that you did… I’m just an amateur observer though haha
Looking forward to see if that 5″-9″ line to keeps creeping inland.
I know this is an evolving and changing situation but do you have an estimate as far as when the snow will start and when the roads will become an issue? Mid afternoon? Early evening rush hour? Late evening?
I see that the Storm Warning is from 1pm on.
Another tough call for me tomorrow Fred… Karate classes starting at 4pm tomorrow ending at 8 pm? To cancel or not to cancel? That will be my question
Center should pass just outside of benchmark I think. Cold dry air vs. rapidly deepening and expanding storm. Tough to call on snowfall amounts. Could be huge differences along a Worcester to Providence to Newport line. Fluff factor makes it even tougher.