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Storm Update

November 26, 2013; 11:29 AM ET

Quick update... I will have a more complete write-up later today. You can also follow my comments about the ongoing storm through my twitter @BrettAWX

1. I am still fairly happy with the snow forecast map that I drew up from home yesterday afternoon (below). The storm is fairly behaved so far in terms of the track, though we did have a bit of a surprise band of snow that went through our neck of the woods down here in central PA this morning and they canceled school.

2. Still looks like the Montreal area will be on the snow/mix/rain line Wednesday morning, so any shift in the storm track could have major implications to the forecast.

3. The south wind is going to be a major issue for coastal New England then the Maritimes Wednesday/Wednesday night. I can see gusts anywhere from 80 to 105 km/h, with the highest gusts along the coast and over the usual windy areas.

4. Rainfall amounts will average 40-80 mm with this storm for many locations in the Maritimes.

5. I will draw up a map later for the Ontario lake-effect snow behind this storm for Wednesday/Thursday.

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