Old Mossy Horns
any recent update that you might share?From the mets at work:
Over the past few weeks, we have been monitoring some planetary-scale atmospheric developments that could eventually yield an active winter weather regime over the eastern U.S. It now appears this anticipated winter weather pattern may be in the process of coming together and may continue to progress into an increasingly cold and potentially active one over the next couple of weeks.
With the above in mind, don't be surprised to see an increasing number of winter weather-related emails and forecasts over the coming days. Also, now would be a good time to revisit winter weather preparedness plans.
Currently, we are tracking the threat of wintry weather for two periods: Friday, 1/8 into Saturday 1/9 and Monday, 1/11 into Tuesday 1/12. Beyond this period, additional threats may develop if the pattern evolves as currently anticipated.
As these first two systems come into better focus, we will continue to provide more detailed analysis through the week. We plan to issue a detailed outline of the 1/8 to 1/9 system tomorrow, with a forecast accumulation map likely to follow on Thursday. Additional details on the possible 1/11 to 1/12 event will be transmitted as warranted.