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Old 12-02-2003, 02:53 PM   #1
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Snowstorm this weekend??

It's possible, but still too early to say. I'm hoping and looking forward to seeing Mark Henderson on his John Deere just waiting for the go signal from BB.

This is from WBZ4 weather center:

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The extended forecast is filled with uncertainty for this weekend. Currently, most signs suggest that a significant storm will evolve off Delmarva later Saturday and Sunday. This system will be preceded by a weak wave of low pressure that could transfer a mix of light snow inland and rain or snow near the south coast Friday. Once the main core of energy emerges over the Mid-Atlantic coast over the weekend, resultant cyclogenesis may transform our region into a winter wonderland! A classic Nor'easter would not be surprising based upon the presence of healthy high pressure in southern Canada contributing cold air coupled with an intense storm south of Nantucket creating gales over southern New England. With a projected northeast to northerly wind, coastal areas including Boston could receive plowable amounts of snow with rain eventually switching to snow over Cape Cod except the islands. HOWEVER, SLIGHT SHIFTS in the storm track would make a monumental difference in the outcome so bear in mind that this discussion is subject to revision as we approach the event. With that said, as of 1pm today, the latest guidance is favorable for a near miss rather than a direct hit this weekend.
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