Another high-impact winter storm heads our way beginning Sunday afternoon. The bitterly cold conditions out ahead of the system on Saturday will allow for a quick thump of accumulating snow before any change over to a wintry mix and or rain in parts of the area.
While it’s too early to have high enough confidence in issuing an official snowfall map, I wanted to share the latest higher resolution national blend of models below.
The mountains of NC, Virginia & West Virginia
The energy in the atmosphere responsible for the evolution of this weekends storm system moved onshore and I’ll be curious to see if the recent shift to a more inland (less snow for DC) track holds consistent.