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Sneaky Snow and Friday Snow...Maps for Both

January 23, 2013; 10:46 AM

Note: New GFS has come in, and I hope I didn't overreact to the southern track!

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1. The sneaky snow event coming this afternoon and tonight has already produced 1/2 to 2 inches of snow from southeastern Minnesota through northern Illinois. This is going to be a very narrow area of snow that will go across the Ohio into Virginia tonight. The map below shows the area where snow should hit. D.C. is very close to getting a coating to an inch of snow tonight and Thursday morning.

2. I did take the main snow area south on my map for Friday. It seems all the operational models have gone south and weaken the storm so I hope that was the correct idea. I do think in the cold air, there will be some surprises as the high ratio snows can pile up in some areas.

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