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Latest on the Clipper Snow... Weekend Wild Storm!

December 17, 2013; 12:09 PM


1. The clipper snow will get going across New England today and last into early tomorrow. Even New York City will get some snow out of the clipper. I can see up to 6-8 inches across parts of New England as the storm wraps up tonight. It will snow hard, and in some areas due to banding, snow rates will be 1-2 inches per hour.

2. The storm this weekend may be known more for the severe weather, tornadoes and flooding than the snow. The latest GFS is now showing a swath of snow from Texas to Michigan which is in line with the ECMWF model. Someone will get a lot of snow up to a foot. Severe weather will be confined to Texas to Mississippi while flooding will be across the Mississippi Valley.

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