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

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Snow, Snow and More Snow

Earlier this season, we predicted the back half of the winter of 2013-14 would be active, and that prediction is proving to be true.

Let's hope you're not sick of the snow as we have several more opportunities for measurable snow over the next six days. Several Alberta Clippers will sweep through the area. We will see snow flurries today (Tuesday), light snow Wednesday, and then an even more light snow for Thursday afternoon. None of these disturbances will produce delays, cancellations, or releases, but the snow will be in the air and will accumulate on the roads.

The pattern remains stormy through the weekend and into Monday. Forecast models show a possible minor storm for Saturday, but then Sunday night into Monday we could have another moderate storm (4-8"). That's the one we've got our eye on (see below). We'll wait a day or two to see how it develops, but we may need to get our fifth storm name poll up by the end of the week.

The big "L" will move east, strengthen off the coast, then move into our area Sunday night into Monday.
 

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