Charlie's Forecasts for Laurel Ridge

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PACCSA member Charlie Becker does weather forecasting as a hobby and will share some of his predictions with us throughout the winter season. If severe weather is anticipated, please refer to your local weather and/or the National Weather Service for any advisories that may have been issued.

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Fri 28 Feb 2014

Well,
A Winter Storm Watch has been posted for the general area.  For folks north of I-70 it looks like all snow and plenty of it.  There is a chance for this storm to start off with some rain and/or freezing rain for areas to the south but it eventually changes over to all snow once the Arctic front takes hold Monday late am.  Look for The Ridge to see accumulations in the 8” to 12” range, depending on how much rain, if any, The Ridge will see. The heaviest snow will fall overnight Sunday into Monday and will continue through Monday afternoon.  Another storm has appeared on the horizon due late week but we’ll take em’ one at a time.

See you on The Ridge,
Charlie
 

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