Winter resumes with a clipper due in today and a significant storm Monday. The Ridge may set just far enough north to get appreciable accumulation by Tuesday. This storm has the potential for 8” to 12”, depending on whether we get all snow or a mix of rain and snow. Two models are in disagreement about how far south the boundary line will fall but with significant Gulf moisture slamming into Arctic air a foot of snow is not out of the question.
See you on The Ridge,
Charlie's Forecasts for Laurel Ridge
PACCSA member Charlie Becker does weather forecasting as a hobby and will share some of his predictions with us throughout the winter season. If severe weather is anticipated, please refer to your local weather and/or the National Weather Service for any advisories that may have been issued.
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