The difference for us is more significant though. This time instead of a lot of rain, and a little snow, how about a little rain, and a lot of snow?
The details as I see them,
- As stated Saturday, any rain changes to snow quickly, Tuesday night.
- Expect 1-2” snow by 7 am Wed.
- Heavy snow develops by 9 am Wed and continues through 3 pm
- Snow tapers off by 7 pm
- Total snow: at least 6” (final call Tue morning)
I am not predicting this because the computers models are predicting this. I have had my eye on this storm for a couple of weeks (#2 in a line of 3), and thought it had the best shot at giving us snow. On Sunday, if I regurgitated what the computers said, I would have predicted a miss … then today I would predict a 1-2’ snow blast … I didn’t, and I won’t. I do not regurgitate what a certain computer model predicts.
Conclusion: I have no reason to change my thinking. I have a picture of what I think will happen, and there is no solid reason to make me change my thinking: We are getting a snowstorm.
Details of exact amounts, elevation factors, etc. will be given Tuesday morning (I hope); afternoon at the latest.
Once past this storm, expect some chilly days for Thu into the weekend, before Round #3 hits next Monday … maybe. I say that because the storm cannot go to our west (path blocked) … over us (path blocked) … so it has to stay south. It could stay far enough south that we miss it entirely. But more on that once we are past Wed’s storm.
Until then, enjoy.