Snow Map – Updated for Upcoming Winter Storm

No Changes in my thinking for the Northeast. I widened it out a bit to include the western component of the storm across the Ohio valley. That piece of energy looks like a general 3-6 inches stretching from the midwest through central Illinios and across the ohio valley. I would not be surprised if there are higher totals due to high ratio snows. The cold air in that area will be very deep. The only factor in the east is how well that cold air stays entrenched. Given the spread, I am going to stick to my forecast despite a more eastward progression in some of the operational models and I am keeping it to a 6+ category to compensate with the uncertainty. There is no question that feet of snow could fall in parts of that area, but it is too early to get that specific.

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