Saturday, March 29, 2014

Pleasant Today (Saturday), Not So Nice Later Today :(
Inside the Forecast:

Good morning!-- Today will be quiet, with highs in the upper 30s to middle 40s.

Our next storm system arrives tonight. Rain will develop in southern areas. However, central and northern regions will have just enough cold air for snow and a wintry mix to develop.

The snow/mix/rain will continue, but become more scattered by Sunday afternoon. It's a very tricky forecast in terms of snow/ice amounts. At this time it appears the valleys will see 2-6" accumulate, but 4-8" are possible across the high terrain. The best chance for the highest amounts will be across the peaks of Adirondacks. Also, if less mixing occurs, then even higher amounts are possible. It's a tricky forecast, so check back for updates.

Southern areas could see more than 1" of rain. The rain coupled with snow melt could create a rise in rivers, leading to some isolated ice jams. If you live in an ice jam prone area, please keep a close eye on the nearby waters.

I'll have a full update coming up on "The Weekend" starting at 8am.


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