Hi everyone, its Jason Hirsch. It looks like this clipper storm will be giving us a general 3-6 inches of snow. I lowered the totals because it now looks like we may get a wintry mix for a time during the storm. I am still not sure how this storm will play out because the weather models have been placing the low all over the place recently.
Here is my guess of how this storm will affect the area: Expect the snow to arrive Monday night at around 9:30. At times overnight the snow will become steady. It should be out of the area by 2:00 PM Tuesday. This is nothing compared to what we just had on Wednesday, but will still be troubling for the morning commute on Tuesday. Will students get off from school Tuesday? I have a feeling most schools will be delayed. In the areas with the most snow I would expect most schools in that area to be shut down for the day….
Here is the snow map I made for the storm. Note that this map is just my opinion:
A winter storm watch has also been issued for counties north of Philadelphia. Here is the map of that from NOAA:
Hello everyone! We are looking at one of the largest storms of the last 20 years on our hands. Many meteorologists believe that this one will be significantly worse than the one we had Saturday! Tomorrow will be a great day to STAY INSIDE, chill, and watch the beautiful snow fall from the sky. Many schools are closed already (PDS) and there will be many more closing as the night progresses.
I have made my first snow map ever. It is based off of the recent weather models and off of my opinion:
And now to the three day forecast
Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, snow likely after 7:00 PM. Accumulations of 4-7 inches Low 25
Tomorrow: Heavy Snow, blizzard conditions possible. Winds in excess of 30 MPH. Snow Accumulations of 5-9 inches High 30
Tomorrow Night: Snow winding down after 8:00 PM becoming mostly cloudy after midnight. Accum of 2-4 inches. Low 20
Thursday: Becoming partly cloudy, some peeks of sun after 11 AM. High 31Low 18
Friday: Mostly sunny throughout the whole day! High 33Low 17
I will be updating periodically throughout Tomorrow with snow totals and observations from around the area!!