Today's Featured Posts: Atmospheric Trifecta Preparing to Deliver Cold, Snowy January and Christmas Eve Potentially Significant Winter Storm
Saturday, April 21, 2012
I am thinking that, with the ratios of snow being so low, and the storm system being so strong, that this will likely even out to a good 10-17 inch total for the hardest hit areas.
Currently, the vort max (darkest red) is just east of Texas, which is where we will place the center of the storm. There is a vort lobe (elongated region of low pressures) running northeast into the west Ohio Valley areas, which is bringing down morning temperatures in those areas.