I continue to look at the numbers for Wednesday’s storm in the Northeast. Not the worst, but certainly at the worst time. Wednesday. Day before Thanksgiving. You get it.
By this time all the TV mets should be saying the same thing. The guidance is straightforward and consistent.
The exact numbers don’t matter. There will be enough to plow inland. On the shoreline slushier.
Rain then snow in DC before dawn. By sunrise I-95 will be wet from Ft. Lauderdale to Fort Lee!
In Connecticut the action begins in the morning. Schools and businesses might have to make decisions before there’s anything falling.
The snow (and mixed precipitation on the shore) will continue until around midnight before tapering to snow showers and flurries.
Travel on Wednesday will be demanding. Air travel will present its own special hell.
Our spare bedroom is available.