Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Storm 1.27.12: Snow to Rain for Thursday & Friday

We feel like we're cheating by calling the next weather producer a "storm," but times being what they are, that's what we're going with.

Thursday night it looks as if we have an inch or two of white stuff on the way before a changeover to rain on Friday. The snow could fall after midnight, giving us the minutest of chances at a delay. The best news about this possible snow is that there's very little agreement from the computer models, leaving us the potential of higher snow amounts. The bad news is the unseasonably warm temperatures.

Not good but not bad either.
Getting out the ol' crystal ball, we don't see any major weather makers for us for at least 12 days. And in the long long term forecast, it looks we're in for a moderate winter the rest of the way. We still have at least 6 more weeks of winter, so there's still plenty of time for a few major snow storms. Given our luck this season, though, you know one will fall during Feb break. But then again, perhaps we'll have the "Storm of the Century" in March like we did back in 1993, which dropped a foot and a half of white gold in the Berkshires.

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