Thursday, February 01, 2007
I did not really make any changes to my post last night. However, right now I am thinking that most of SE MA will see mostly rain out of this one. That rain line may sneek up all the way to Bedford by the time it ends. Where it does stay snow, there could be up to an inch, but that may be pushing it with the southern system. Areas to the north of the dashed line may get their snow Friday afternoon with an upper level storm pivoting through the area that may spark off a few snow showers that could add up to an isolated inch as well. This storm will help to "kick" the coastal low further out to sea. GFS and NAM still very divergent, but the NAM has been consistently showing this storm completely missing SNE for about 48 hours now and that has to be credited. So, there is a chance of a total bust and we all wake up to partly cloudy skies tomorrow morning, which wouldn't be that big of a deal as we have already gone through that yesterday morning. Don't expect much or you will be very sad tomorrow. Thats all for now. Next storm chance looked like Monday into Tuesday of next week, but all models have abandoned that solution and going with dry, but frigid conditions for the next 7 to 10 days.
Posted by E.H. Boston at 3:05 PM