Snow Departs Before Sunrise
Storm Departing By Daybreak:
Snowfall Potential: Widespread 1 to 2 Inches
NWS Zone Maps – (see the more on the Saturday Storm Below)
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As I mentioned earlier, the timing of the energy will determine the development of the next storm. Staying on this earlier trend, the jet stream will not be was far south, and there is more energy aloft to help pull the storm closer… but not close enough for all. This looks like a Delmarva impact storm Saturday morning. I have added a yellow line to where I see the edge of the light snow to fall near Baltimore. Below are the snow totals showing Salisbury with 3″, but much more from Virginia Beach to eastern North Carolina.
Northern edge of snow Saturday morning may reach I-95, or close… but the accumulation would be an impact for southern Maryland into Richmond and Virginia Beach VA and eastern North Carolina.
After a cold weekend, the jet stream bounces back north and next week will be warmer. Winter will follow behind it. There is plenty of time left and this system will put us ahead of last winter.
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