With storm after storm this season, it has been all about what the system could have produced instead of what it did produce, which has often been rain. Why is that? We have had little to no blocking, causing systems to cut to our west. However, we now have blocking in place, as well as ample cold air. All we need is a strong storm system, and that is exactly what ALL models indicate.
This is also not just something that popped up on the models. This storm has been consistent across the models the past several days with more and more coming on board. Now let’s get into the details.
A low pressure system will develop in the South Central Plains, and move east-northeast into the Upper Southeast while rapidly strengthening and grabbing moisture from the Gulf of Mexico. It will then move into Tennessee before an energy transfer to Eastern North Carolina Friday Morning. By Friday Morning, there is a good chance snow will be falling in Southern PA, moving into the state from southwest to northeast.
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