Below is one piece of the Free Forecast that was passed along earlier today to Premium subscribers on a light snow threat this afternoon. We will pass along additional updates as they come out with this surprise light snow event moving in this afternoon.
The below forecast is a piece of our Free forecast that we just sent out to Premium subscribers. To view the full forecast, which includes estimates for school delays and closures across the region, forecast risks, worst travel times, model images, and a detailed forecast discussion, try out a subscription here. Otherwise, we’ll continue to post the latest snow accumulation forecast changes here.
The below forecast is published for free once a week on Wednesdays looking ahead to the upcoming weekend. The forecast this week is rather straightforward; we are tracking one very weak disturbance that could bring a few flurries early Saturday morning, and a second very weak disturbance that will approach sometime Sunday night into Monday morning. Both at this time appear weak enough to not cause any real issues, though we will continue to keep an eye on them through the week.
Additionally, we are tracking a weak winter threat this evening. The current forecast is for a coating-2 inches of snow across the region falling between 12 and 8 AM. We just published a detailed forecast update for Premium subscribers that outlines the chance of school delays from this tomorrow, and we will publish additional forecasts this evening should there be any changes. To view the latest forecasts, you can sign up for Premium here.
The below Update is a piece of our Premium winter forecast that was emailed out previously to Premium subscribers. It outlines the impacts of some drier air at the front of the system today slightly limiting accumulations and pushing the start time of accumulating snow back modestly.
The below update is a piece of our Premium forecast that we passed along earlier to Premium subscribers. It outlines slight adjustments to our snow accumulation and timing forecasts for the snow event tomorrow. We will continue to pass along any forecast adjustments as they become available.
Below is a piece of our Premium forecast that was published recently for subscribers. It highlights minor forecast changes from yesterday, though the general forecast remains the same. To both view the full Update and get all future Updates emailed directly to you, sign up for a premium trial here.