Thursday Snow Scenario…11pm update

tt_low_near_coast tt_rpm_snowfcstA strong cold front is marching east of Chicago this evening and will push into the mid Atlantic states on Thursday. As the front nears the coast, low pressure is expected to develop near the North Carolina outer banks and track northeast to a position off the Delmarva Thursday night. If the coastal low is not too far east, parts of Maryland may see some accumulating snow from late Thursday morning into the early evening. The evening computer model runs have adjusted the area of highest snowfalls onto the central eastern shore and across central Delaware. By late Thursday evening, snowfall amounts of just a trace up to 2″ will be possible west of the bay, with 2-4″, or more, possible in the favored areas of the eastern shore and Delaware. The critical element of this forecast will be the position and strength of the off shore low.

Tom Tasselmyer

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