Sunday, January 18, 2009

Snow Showers this afternoon and Evening. New Developments for Possible Snow Monday PM !

Sunday: 10:30 AM

Some Snow Showers and flurries will move in this afternoon and evening. Some areas could see a Coating to maybe 1" of snow with this activity. Our Coastal storm will move just to our east and Offshore tonight, but some precip from a disturbance moving through and this coastal, will spark off some snow shower activity especially during this evening.

For Later Monday afternoon and into Monday night a period of accumulating snow is possible as a second shortwave, and weak area of low pressure develops in SW VA and moves east northeast to the Delmarva coast late Monday night.

Snow will spread into Southern NJ/ DE and the PHL areas later Monday afternoon and continue into Monday night. Some Accumulations are possible with this event. Much of DE and Southern NJ will have the best chances for snow, as this is a very good storm track and to our south. I'll have more on this possible snow threat tonight or tomorrow AM, as I gather up some more data coming in.

A Very Interesting development, as the Euro and now the NAM have been showing this possibility, Both models are now becoming more consistent over the past couple of runs. Even the GFS is also showing indications of this storm for Monday Night.

Ruggie

No comments: