A snow day literally and figuratively falls from the sky, unbidden, and seems like a thing of wonder. -- Susan Orlean

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Snow Forecast for Week of December 30


(For details on Sunday night's storm, see the previous post.)

The first days of 2013 could be snowy. After we clean up the 2" of slushy mess from our Sunday storm, it looks like we have two more good cracks at snow for later in the week.

The first will be a Tuesday night. A clipper system could spawn a dusting or even an inch of snow, but the chances are 50/50 for accumulations from that event.

The best news, though, is that some models are predicting a major storm for Thursday/Friday. Here's what our friends at NOAA have to say thus far:

OPERATIONAL MODELS INDICATE THE POTENTIAL FOR A SIGNIFICANT SNOW
STORM...WITH BITTER COLD TEMPERATURES DURING THE STORM.

It's way too early to get excited, but it is nice to know that the possibility for our first full snow day of the season is not far around the corner.

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