Friday, December 28, 2012

My Final Call: A General 2"-4" of Snow For Much Of The Delaware Valley. See Snowfall Map.

Saturday 7:30 AM Update

I just woke up to a NIGHTMARE ! This is UGLY. Our western system and coastal storm are separated more than progged and will phase too late. A huge gap between the 2 systems will take awhile to come together and will develop too far east and northeast of our region during the day. Periods of rain and snow to some snow before ending this evening. Many areas will only see a Coating to 2" near PHL and the nearby surrounding suburbs of Northern DE and Interior SJ / Central NJ.

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No changes to my call from yesterday. A general 2"-4" over much of the Delaware Valley can be expected during Saturday, with highs in the low to mid 30's.


Lesser amounts of a C-2" for Coastal Southern NJ and Central/Southern DE, where rain will mix in during the late morning and early afternoon hours. Highs in the mid to upper 30's 

Some higher amounts of 3"-6" can be expected over portions of NW NJ and east central PA. Colder temps in the lower 30's and better snowfall ratios will allow for higher amounts in these areas.

Light Snow begins towards daybreak and continues into the late afternoon and early evening hours. Snow could become moderate at times.

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