Sunday, November 21, 2010

Potential Great Lakes Snow Update #10

If the thickness were lower, the Lower Great Lakes would be in for a very nice snow.

Now, it looks like rain.

Potential Great Lakes Snow Update #9

This is an urgent update.

According to the GFS model, the November 23rd event will be 2 waves of rain and maybe an embedded t-storm.

More urgent, is the November 25th. Thickness will be ABOVE the max level required for snow. Meaning, RAIN SHOULD FALL. However, there are more factors than just that.

The likely scenario will be rain turning to snow by night. However, there is a chance that this will be a rain event with only a couple ice pellets in between if the environment is not sufficient for snow.