Today is the magic day in terms of models and forecasting for the potential snow maker Saturday 8AM to 6PM!
Well, after last nights Wet and Wild ride we hon in on the next potential system.
Winds were blasting the house here in Media Delaware County especially between 5-11PM last night winds gusting up to 60 mph at times. Riding around the area there even were a few trees down namely a pretty large on at the Springfield Mall on Baltimore Pike and a few traffic lights that were damaged from the strong gusty winds.
This type of track below resembling the GFS, NAM, and Canadian this morning but things can change and trend towards the Euro below.
WELL I GUESS THE SNOW GODS DO NOT WANT ME TO POST TRACK #1 BECAUSE IT IS MORE A FLATTER MORE OF AN OUT TO SEA TRACK LEAVING THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST WHICH WOULD BE MORE OF A SOUTHERN SLIDER CAUSING 1-3" OF SNOW OR PERHAPS 2-4" OF SNOW PHILADELPHIA SOUTH AND EAST.
This track most closely follows the Euro from last night!
This track most certainly needs to be watched especially from about Wilmington Delaware points Northeast into New England. This type of a track could mean 8-12" for someone Philadelphia into Southeastern New England.
yea they may come in for the 18z shift Marcus.... looks like with temps and everything relative 2-4" to 3-5" would be great... remember we don't typically get a lot of snow in December most years anyway.
okay I officially give up..... It is obvious to most that the track above would not favor 6"+ for anyone.
The other track is more amped up on the Euro and taking more of a track further north up along the coast possibly giving 8-12" in a few locations north and east into New England and a nice 3-6" event in the Philadelphia area.
Remember that the original solution of the Euro a few days ago had 0.68" liquid which would be 6-7" of snow.