Sorry for the dearth of updates today. Technical difficulties in the GSD home office. Won't happen again. At least for tonight.
At this point, making the prediction for tomorrow is all about watching the radar. And if you watch the radar, there just isn't much there in our corridor. We see lots of green down south--heading out to the sea--and there's a good chunk of blue to the north and northeast, but that's lifting toward the potato farm regions of upper Maine. What's in the pipeline for us are a few patches of spotty winter weather over the next 6 to 8 hours. You may hear a few sleet pellets tapping away at your storm windows tonight, and you'll hear a few warnings about icy patches on secondary roads on the TV and radio, but that's about it.
So, the GSD Staff strongly advises you set your alarm for tomorrow morning per usual, and at least try to get some homework done during halftime of the Patriots game (if that's your thing).
We'll still leave a 10% chance on the True North Confidence Meter just to keep some of you really optimistic types happy, but the reality is ain't nuthin' happening tomorrow.
As for the rest of the week, we'll let you know tomorrow. The picture is less rosy than a few days ago, but we'll still be monitoring the situation carefully.