Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Is it snOMG 2.0?

Snow's heading back into The Northeast Quadrant just in time for the weekend (sorry kids). A storm system tracking eastward from the Gulf Coast on Friday will begin tracking northeastward toward the Mid-Atlantic region Friday night. Some sort of lovely frozen precipitation (most likely snow) will bless the D.C area Friday night over Saturday.

Those of in the New York area will likely miss out on the brunt of the storm due to a massive high pressure system that will be parked right above you. It will be cold nonetheless.

Is that vague enough? Basically where the gradient sets up between hardly any snow and significant accumulation won’t be able to be determined until Friday night (or so). However the further south you go the heavier the snow will be.

snOMG 2.0? Probably not.