Thursday, March 15, 2007

Weekend Nor'Easter?

I have already been asked a few times about the potential for a big storm this weekend. Here is the scoop on this storm:

Low pressure will develop of the coast of the Carolinas tomorrow morning and move up the coast through the day Friday and into Saturday. Because the cold front came through already, we will see all snow form the storm. The good news (if you don't want snow) is that the heaviest of the snow will be well off to our east. However, this is going to be a large storm, so the amounts will creep up, even over here. As of now, it looks like 3-6" is a good bet over most of central New York, with 1-3" west or Rochester and 6-12" over the Catskills and eastern Adirondacks. The snow will start during the night Friday and continue into Saturday.

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