How Much This Time?

This time around it is a so called “Alberta Clipper” that brings a chance of snow to the Mid Atlantic region. Clippers tend to be relatively low moisture storms so snow accumulations should be much less than those of the previous storms.

The map above shows surface conditions expected on Monday morning. The low pressure center is forecast to travel to the northeast during the day, allowing the warm front to lift northward. This should bring a rain/snow mix to an area reaching from Cecil County soutwestward through the Washington DC metro area, reducing snow accumulations.

The map above is a first guess on potential snow accumulation across the area. At this early stage of the game, revisions of these numbers are possible so check wbaltv.com for updates and tune in Tom and Tony on Monday for the latest.

John  Collins

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