The past couple runs, it has continued a shift northwest, excluding the NAM, but Mike talked about the problems with that run.
It would only take a bit more of a shift North and West for this to be a good snow for the Philly Metro Area.
I am not the best at looking at the models compared to the current radar screen, but is the current radar more north, south or right on track to the models. I have seen crazier things happen to these types of storms with 24 hours, when I went from seeing flurries to a snowstorm.
Let's hope these last few model runs can give the snow drought area a good snow to get this winter rolling.
Marcus, like the one guy said, this is either going to be a GOOD snow or NOTHING at all. Marcus, can you tell if the radar is north or right on track of the models . And Marcus, most of that wont reach the ground cause of the dry air. a trace at this point, unless something happens with the 00z