Monday, February 25, 2008

FINAL CALL 2/25 @ 4PM: Here is the first and final call for the storm system that will affect the six state region tomorrow, starting in the morning as a mix of rain and snow in the pink area. Some places in Worcester County may pick up a quick inch or two of snow before switching to rainfall. Northern ORH Co. could see up to 1-3" with closer to 4-6" in western Mass. The Lakes Region and the White Mountains will fair quite well with a general swath of 5-10" of snowfall. The Northeast Kingdom will do the best with a general foot of snow with this storm system that will track from SW CT through BOS, so that is why SNE will be mainly wet this go around. Up to 10-14" of snow will fall in northern VT and NH. This storm will also be very deep, sub 985 mb, so winds will be rather gusty and that could lead to near blizzard conditions in northern New England, so just keep that in mind. It starts tomorrow afternoon and evening in NNE and continues through Wednesday with heavy snowfall and strong winds north of Concord, NH. Stay safe and enjoy the storm up North, while the southern ski resorts will lose their snowcover and great ski conditions.

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