Dec 24, 2012 Storm Updates

[notice]Pattern Outlook #7 has been posted this evening, and can be found below this post.[/notice]

Updates will be posted on the light snow event currently affecting the region. A few detailed updates will be posted in the bottom of this post, with most updates from Twitter.

 


 

Blog Updates:

6:30 PM:The first snow event since November 27, almost a month ago, is affecting the region tonight. Observations from the Mid Atlantic show the storm has overperformed with the extent of the snowfall, with bursts of heavy snow reported east of the Interstate 95 corridor while accumulations have been reported along and west of I-95, with some locations seeing up to 2-3 inches of snow. While the precipitation is slightly weaker than it was in the Mid Atlantic, the potential is there that there is more widespread front end snow than expected, extending into NYC and parts of Long Island as well. With the warmer surface temperatures, however, accumulations will be limited to locations north and west of NYC, with up to an inch expected for the north/west suburbs and 1-2 inches for the interior NW parts of the area.

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