So you’re saying there’s a chance!

I realize that this line from Dumb and Dumber is one of the most overused quotes in history, but I figured it is fitting.  There is a good chance we will see some snow flakes Christmas Eve night into Christmas Day.

As for accumulations, the map below is not something you typically see for a snow forecast.  Usually, we put snow ranges in different spots on the map.  In this case, I am putting percentages on the map.  Why am I doing this? Because we are still 48 hours away from this event, and a lot can change.  Here are the 2 most likely scenarios that would limit accumulations:

1) Snow changes quickly to rain and never has a chance to accumulate.

2) The snow doesn’t fall hard enough for it to stick…and we only get accumulation on grassy surfaces. 

-Pete Mangione






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