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Snow Thursday NAM Model Analysis

Snow Thursday NAM Model Analysis

Snow Thursday NAM Model Analysis

Tonight’s NAM model seems to be continuing the trend of prior runs as it takes a developing wave across the Ohio Valley and off the Delaware Coast. However tonight’s run continues the NAM trend of showing a slower more developed system as it approaches the Delaware Coast. In fact it takes the surface low east of New Jersey and South of Long Island by 1pm Thursday.

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The NAM model would imply a large area of 6 inch plus snows from New Jersey RT 195 northward into the Hudson Valley and Southern New England, however I would caution that we need to see agreement from other models. The NAM holding course however lends more credence to its idea. The model shows a more “phased” look. It doesn’t mean its right but its consistency suggests we need to pay attention at this point.

JOES SNOW FORECAST MAP FOR THURSDAY 02092017 NO CHANGES

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There are no changes in the forecast maps nor am I changing my snow fall forecast from earlier.

 

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The maps below are the National Weather Service forecast snow maps with the most likely snowfall prediction.

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