Oh my God! I just watched Brad Field say of the winter’s weather, “This is enough.” Brad loves winter and snow as much as anyone I know. If he’s sick of it… well it’s like Lindsay Lohan complaining about the moral deterioration of America!
Meanwhile it’s snow again for tomorrow into Thursday. Not a huge storm, but still a royal pain.
As always the computer models have agreed to disagree! The NAM is all snow while the GFS is a mixed bag on the shore with some sleet mixing in (though a smaller piece of the pie) all the way up to the Massachusetts border.
At work I’d be anguishing over this forecast. This afternoon I am calm.
I’ve included a map of the current (as I write this) Weather Service watches and warnings.
In one of those confusing situations that unbending NWS policy can produce the shading over Hartford and Middlesex Counties aren’t for this storm, but flooding on the Connecticut River. It’s flooding which isn’t really affecting anyone and is currently receding. Connecticut River flood warnings are most often (not always) for situations no one cares about!
More snow will fall than will accumulate! Some will melt on contact. Some will settle into what has fallen earlier. Whatever we get will slow things down, but won’t be a back breaker.