Right now, here's what the models are telling us. We're expecting a decent amount of fluffy, light snow. The issue is, it starts early Thursday, and continues through early Friday, so accumulation is likely around 4-6 inches for our area.
We've still got several models to analyze in the next couple days, but we'll be sure to keep you posted as it gets a little closer. The good news with the latest model runs, is that the area of low pressure is expected to stay offshore, so the winds won't be as high, and the
storm won't be as intense as initial models indicated. Again, this is still
preliminary data, so you need to stay tuned for changes.
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