Okay so there was no set entry on the storm, but I'd like to say I got this one right. Last night I saw the storm coming in quick, and I said that we would get some more snow than the local mets predicted. I didn't like the maps they were issuing and I instead chose a forecast of more of a gradual increase from east to west. Generally, from what I have seen and heard, I was correct. I called for 1-2 inches immediate metro DC and south and east... inch or less and rain further out... and more snow off to the west. I nailed this one, and I'm hoping I nail the next one, coming up on Saturday.
Right now I'd place the possibility of accumulating snow at 20%. But we'll have to wait and see... there's tonight's teaser.
In vantage here, snow is coming in sideways! This is probably the heaviest snow I have seen in a few years, but unfortunately it won't amount to much. Half an inch at most with no accumulations on the sidewalks or roads, really. Unless it starts getting colder, as I've got 36 here, which actually just dropped to 28 so I guess some accumulations are possible before it ends here within a half an hour.
But I'm excited for the next couple weeks. Cold air coming in, conditions going just right!!! I'll probably be quiet so I don't jinx anything... but I think the next few weeks could be much more interesting... let's leave it at that.