With light flurries falling at the GSD Home Office in Williamstown this afternoon, it's time for this week's snowcast.
And we do have some snow to forecast.
First up is a minor disturbance for Thursday into Friday. It's a clipper system, which means it won't be a big snow maker and there's some doubt it will even fall as snow. But we could see another inch of slush in the valleys and a few inches in the higher elevations. Given the possibility of rain and the low amount of moisture, we don't think the school day will be shortened on Friday.
Next up is a potentially bigger event for Monday. The models are showing a more substantial storm in the south that could move up the coast, intensifying along the way. There's an even-money chance that the storm goes out sea or goes further inland, but some of the model runs want to bring it up the coast. This would yield a nor'easter, and we know what that means for our neck of the woods.
|The is the Euro model showing a big storm for Monday. We're not predicting this will happen, but if everything goes perfectly, this is what it will look like.|
Whether we get snow or not, these two potential snow storms show that we're in an active pattern. It certainly feels as if we'll get at least one snow day before December holiday break, and let's all hope it's next Monday.