SNOW UPDATE ❄️: Winter storm watches and warnings have been placed across the state by the NWS. The first part of this system is still right on track 🚂❄️. In fact, computer models are suggesting possibly just a wee bit more than my initial thought of 3-5" inches I was seeing yesterday ... according to the NWS, now some parts of the state (northern counties) could see upwards of 8" inches of snow. 😯
Here's what many could see (a reminder ... this is JUST round 1 😯👍):
TIMING: Tonight 7PM - Thursday 10AM
WHAT: SNOW (heavy at times)
ACCUMULATION: 4-8" of snow (highest amounts expected across the northern portions of the state.)
A Winter Storm Watch has already been placed for Thursday night into Friday. I've been watching this second round. Models initially had it taking a dip toward the south, but it appears to be trending back north. We will have to keep an eye on it. Confidence remains high.
So here we go! Get ready for some more snow! While it didn't take much, this season has already been more "active" than the past many! I'm loving it!!! 😁
Stay tuned and #followthesnowman ⛄️
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