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Snowstorm on Tuesday?

By DAN ROBINSON
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The GFS model is showing a nice winter storm affecting mainly West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Ohio starting late Tuesday (the day after Christmas) and lasting into Thursday. The GFS forecast precip totals are high on Tuesday night and Wednesday, and all in subfreezing air. If that is a correct forecast, we could see several inches of snow by Thursday. The downside is that other models (particularly the WRF/NAM) show little or no precip with this system. No agreement in the models means that we can't get too excited yet, but in the next couple of days we should have a better handle on what to expect.

Leaving for Pennsylvania in the morning and will be returning late on Christmas, hopefully in time to beat the snow (if it happens).

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