Snowstorm to hit New England tonight into tomorrow

By: TheDawnAwakening , 11:31 AM GMT on December 14, 2013

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This is a classic fast moving snowstorm with a heightened awareness of the possibility of a jackpot zone receiving 18" along the Maine shoreline and NH Seacoast. 3-6" for the Cape 2-4" for the Islands, 4-8" for the BOS to PVD corridor and 8-12" northwest of that corridor with swaths of 12"+ in localized areas. Mix to rain will occur by 5-7am Sunday from the BOS to PVD corrIdor and points southeast. Then dry weather returns Sunday night into MOnday followed by a clipper redeveloping overhead bringing rain and snow to Cape and Islands.

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4:54 PM GMT on December 21, 2013
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2. TheDawnAwakening
7:15 PM GMT on December 17, 2013
ANother snowstorm for us tonight into tomorrow.
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1. Pcroton
11:37 AM GMT on December 14, 2013
Good Morning.

Seems us along coastal NJ into possibly NYC once again got a bit snake bit by overzealous modeling.

Fourth time this season the models had it right 2-3 days out and then the day before they get real bold with QPF and Cold only to bust.

They just don't seem to know when to stop the trending and we don't seem to know when to stop listening to them.

"Oh, ok, more snow this run? Sounds good!"


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