Snow Looking More Likely

December 2, 2009

The morning runs are in, and for snow fans things look lovely. Total liquid equivalent of the precipitation is up from .1 inches to between .25 and .3 inches. That could mean a couple of inches of snow on grassy and elevated surfaces. There are higher forecast totals just to our south and west, and it’s not out of the realm of possibility that this could sneak a bit further northeast.

In short, I think we will see light rain or snow break out around 2:00-4:00 P.M tomorrow. It will change to light to moderate snow around 5:00 P.M, and should continune until around midnight. I’m thinking 1/2 inch to 2 inches on grassy and elevated surfaces, with higher totals possible. If things fall in line perfectly someone could end up getting 4 or 5 inches of snow on their roof out of this one. Should evening runs of the models continue with this trend, my excitement meter will go through the roof.

I’d say there is now a 70% chance we see snow in Alexandria, with a 50% chance of some accumulation. If tonights runs look like this mornings (or better), those numbers will come up.

I’ll post more this evening.



2 Responses to “Snow Looking More Likely”

  1. YAY!!!!!!!
    Thanks for the update!! My excitement meter is already thru the roof!!!

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