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New Year's Snowstorm possible

By DAN ROBINSON
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Both the GFS and the WRF models have added heavier precip (QPF) to Tuesday's forecast across the Appalachian regions, which should be all snow due to even our high temps staying below freezing through the day. The QPF amounts shown would indicate a possible 3 to 6 inch (or more) snowfall, depending on where the heaviest banding sets up. The models even indicate a repeat on Wednesday, with another round of respectable snowfall and bitter cold temperatures. Three-day totals could top 8 inches in some spots, particularly in the mountains by Thursday morning.

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