Skip to comments.More Snow for Mid-South to Mid-Atlantic Northward
Posted on 02/07/2010 9:10:46 AM PST by dopplerdale
Another complex situation setting up with more snow for some of you in the Mid-South to the Mid-Atlantic and northward tonight through Tuesday. It will be a one-two punch with a southern stream wave and an Arctic front and wave. The two will be coming together to spread abundant snow cover to much of the US along and north of I-40, again. Those of you in DC, Philly and throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey are you ready for more snow! I hope so because you are going to have snow on snow and it isnt just a few additional inches, either.
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I just moved some of my stuff to Baltimore. Family is still in Michigan and since everyone told me there’s never any real snow here, so is all my winter gear.
Still, I’m loving this stuff. It’s especially fun seeing everyone;s heads explode.
Any idea what we can expect in the Roanoke Va. area?
Anything for Nashville?
Meanwhile here in south central Michigan we’ve had a remarkably snow free winter.
I can still see grass.
No snow in Vancouver either. The Olympics will be interesting if it doesn’t snow right quick!!!!
Just got my early alert for tuesday and wednesday.
Urgent - Winter Weather Message
National Weather Service Grand Rapids MI
337 PM EST Sun Feb 7 2010
Including The Cities Of... Hart... Fremont... Big Rapids...
Mount Pleasant... Muskegon... Greenville... Alma... Jenison...
Grand Rapids... Ionia... St. Johns... Holland... Hastings...
Charlotte... Lansing... South Haven... Kalamazoo... Battle Creek...
337 PM EST Sun Feb 7 2010
... Winter Storm Watch In Effect From Tuesday Morning Through
The National Weather Service In Grand Rapids Has Issued A Winter
Storm Watch... Which Is In Effect From Tuesday Morning Through
* The Potential Exists For 6 To 12 Inches Of Snow In The Watch
Area From Tuesday Morning Through Wednesday Morning.
* The Highest Snow Totals Should Be Found Along And South Of
* Snow Is Expected To Begin Tuesday Morning And Become Heavy For
Tuesday Evening And Tuesday Night.
* Blowing And Drifting Snow May Become A Hazard Late Tuesday
Night And Wednesday Morning As North Winds Increase To 15 To 25
* The Heavy Snow Will Significantly Reduce Visibility And Result
In Snow Covered And Slippery Roads.
Light Accums possible up to 2” in the NW burbs with less than 1” in the SE. I hope that helps
How about 3” to 6”
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