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More Snowstorms Next Week...

January 22, 2014; 11:39 AM ET

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I am posting the map for the Sunday into Monday storm, although I do see the new GFS did go a little north with the storm, but the trend will be to go south again because the model is blowing too much warm air into the storm. The upside of the storm is high snow accumulations once again. I can see over 6 inches of snow along the track of the storm. If it blows up along the coast like yesterday, we could see over a foot of snow.

Before that clipper, another clipper will bring a wide area of a coating to 3 inches of snow from the northern Plains to the Ohio Valley and Northeast Friday night into Saturday.

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