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Snowstorm Potential for This Weekend

December 10, 2013; 7:43 AM ET

Sorry, no video today. I will be out of the office.

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1. A moderate to heavy snow band will affect a small area from northern Virginia into New Jersey. I think the HRRR model snowfall depiction is doing a fairly good job showing where the heaviest snows will fall today. That area should get upwards to 4 inches with a few places having 6 inches of snow. Other areas will get a coating to 3 inches of snow. The Ohio Valley has received 2-3 inches of snow already and may have another inch or two.

2. Starting to hone in on the weekend storm per the map below. A storm will develop in the western Gulf and head northeast to off the New England coast where is will wind up and become a major snow maker for the Northeast. The heaviest snows of a foot will occur across parts of New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Maine if the storms go in the direction I am seeing on the operational models this morning. Most places will get 1-6 inches of snow from Missouri to New York with a wintry mix south of the snow area.

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