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02-24-2010 10:06 PM #961
02-24-2010 10:10 PM #962
02-25-2010 07:36 AM #963
Well, I woke up this morning hoping to see the rodas covered in white so I could play hookey from work, but alas, I had to come in. It was BARELY flurrying as I drove in at 530. What's the latest? Did we miss it, or has the midnight to 3am timeline been delayed? Where is Belair Bird?
02-25-2010 08:20 AM #964
We're supposed to start getting it this afternoon, around 2...then through the night.
02-25-2010 09:21 AM #965
Doesn't sound too hateful.
02-25-2010 09:37 AM #966
The NE Pennsylvania to the Central NY region will get hit hard with this one, not so much the Mid Atlantic. High winds upwards to 50 MPH will be bad enough in the Mid Atlantic area with central NY is expected to get 1-2' of snow.
According to AccuWeather.com at 7:34 AM
02-25-2010 09:48 AM #967
The Central NY region got hit pretty hard yesterday (thankfully I was not one of the many thousands who lost power). Today's forcast is all rain, but snow returns just in time for the morning commute tomorrow.
02-27-2010 09:13 PM #968
Could it be?
Foot is saying that we'll get a few inches tonight.
Last edited by tvz1997; 03-02-2010 at 04:58 PM.
03-02-2010 04:40 PM #969
59 degrees on Sunday...are we out of the woods yet? I think so. Bye-bye snow!
11-09-2010 06:34 PM #970
It is possible this invasion of cold air would first spin up a major storm over the middle of the nation, where it comes in contact with unusual warmth building in the East.
Whether or not a wrapped-up storm with wind-driven rain, severe thunderstorms, and a Midwest blizzard comes to pass before the cold reaches the East remains to be seen. However, that too is a possibility.
It is looking more and more likely that the coldest air of the season so far, with strong winds, may greet people during the weekend prior to Thanksgiving from the Plains to the Atlantic Seaboard.
AccuWeather.com and its team of long range forecasters (Joe Bastardi, Paul Pastelok and Joe Lundberg) first alerted you about this possibility last week.
The details on how cold the weather will get from place to place will unfold over the next week.
Most likely, once the cold reaches the East, temperatures will rebound in the Northwest.
AccuWeather.com is expecting a stormy, wintry December over the northern tier of the U.S. It appears this outbreak will set the stage for that pattern.
The late October windstorm and now the crazy storm that struck New England from the northeast Monday are examples of the volatility potential of the weather pattern.
11-09-2010 06:39 PM #971
11-09-2010 07:12 PM #972
Whatever Gods I need to pray to, animals I need to sacrifice, holy sites I need to desecrate - anything to prevent me from having to shovel another oil tanker's worth of snow this winter - just let me know.
11-09-2010 09:13 PM #973
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11-11-2010 09:29 AM #975