Snowy HolidayDecember 24th, 2010 at 1:17 pm by Jeremy Wheeler under Weather
I’m headed out of here on this Christmas Eve. Just wanted to do a quick update before I go. The models are coming in with more snow in the forecast. I’ve put the southside through Northeast North Carolina in the 2-4″ category. The rest of the area has a good shot at 1-2″ at least. That may change. Here is my latest snowfall forecast map:
This will get amended in the next 24 hours. I didn’t include the Peninsula in the 2-4″, but that is one part that could change. I finally got bufkit working again. GFS spits out 4″ for Norfolk. NAM has 2.3″. I’ve upped the snow chance to 80%. You can read my last blog for a little more detail. Won’t it be nice to see some snow on Christmas. The bulk of the snow will fall overnight Saturday into Sunday, but the latest GFS does keep the snow around through Sunday afternoon and possibly into the evening. The Canadian model is also showing some snow now. Good luck snow lovers, but also everyone be careful travelling late Saturday night or on Sunday. The roads (especially secondaries) could start to stack up.
Meteorologist: Jeremy Wheeler