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By: NEwxguy , 2:40 PM GMT on February 04, 2014
February can be the stormiest month of the winter,and right now its certainly starting off that way,with each storm that comes along stronger than the last one.
Yesterdays storm dropped a couple of inches on me and 3-6 along southern coastline.The next storm starting after midnight and through tomorrow,will drop at least a foot,except for those areas that don't mix.
Another storm for next sunday night into Monday looks to be even stronger,but track will be the important feature that determines whether some people will get buried with strong damaging winds or the storm is farther out and the effects are less.
Heavy snow is here and coming down at rates 2 to 3 inches per hours.Expected to last through the day,but getting lighter this afternoon.
Things look quiet into the weekend,but will have to watch off the coast Sunday.Odds are that the system will stay far enough out to just brush,but the issue is a trough may set up over us and pull some of the moisture from that system,especially if it comes closer.Either way we will get some snow,just a question of how much and where.
Weekend snows looking less likely, except for some show showers off and on,as a great lakes disturbance slides throw.I'm still not sold on little or no snow.
Still see some possibilities of the off shore low linking up with the trough,but I'm leaning away from it right now.Cold will be the word through next week.
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