We ended up with a good amount of snow in the region. The forecast was pretty on-track except for one area….The Outer Banks and the adjacent counties. Here was my forecast from yesterday for the snow:Snow Forecast (Yesterday)A strong cold front did move through the region. Snow formed north of the front. System Last NightIt started very late, and it ended very late. This was caused by a strong upper level disturbance. Warmer/more humid air was forced up over the colder airmass at the surface.
This is just a brief update on the incoming snow. The timing has been pushed back a bit since yesterday. So many folks will be waking up to partly cloudy skies and wondering where the snow is. Snow will move in through the mid-morning hours. Future Trak (10am)It will take longer to reach the oceanfront. Snow showers will increase from 10am through the early afternoon. Then we’ll have some on and off snow showers through the evening. Future Trak (6pm)This will definitely impact the evening commute.
So far the snow has stayed off to our west. Even last night the models started slowing down the startup time for the snow. Most of the region was dry until about 8am. Then the snow edged onto the Middle Peninsula and the Northern Neck. Snow This MorningThe snow has been falling near a big cold front that stretches from the northeast states down to the deep south. Regional Weather MapThe cold front has been slowly edging east along with the precipitation.
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