(4:00PM - 2/21/20) While the weather has generally been quite for the past week or so, and a push of mild temperatures is expected across the state this weekend...Winter isn't over yet, as there is growing potential for a winter storm to affect the region early-mid next week.
Potential is growing for a winter storm to affect the region during the early to middle portion of next week. Model guidance has been honing in on this period for the past several days, and now that we are only 3 or so days away, it is finally time to start mentioning the potential.
As has been the case all of this winter, even though there is high support for a winter storm to affect the region during this period, there is a large disagreement regarding track and strength of the storm system...as well as where and how much accumulating snow will occur. This will be yet another complex scenario, with a few main waves expected to interact with each other during this period. How exactly the waves interact will help determine the outcome of the storm system.
As of this moment there is high agreement in a storm system moving through the region Monday-Wednesday...with high agreement on accumulating snow occurring across at least portions of the state during this time. Where the snow axis will set up and how much snow will fall will be determined in later updates, given the large spread of scenarios at this time.
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