Wow, I have been neglecting you all! I apologize and will try to get back into writing on here. This is just a quick note on the less-than-impressive snow event forecasted for tomorrow (Friday, 1/25/13). It’s another fast moving system that will blanket areas from DC to Baltimore and up into NJ with about 1″-2″, while there may be a few lucky areas that see around 3″. The reason for the isolated higher amounts is related to some technical meteorological jargon that most don’t care about, but the key word is “banding”. If your house is under a band, it snows harder. My house is never under a band. . .
Anyway, I have provided the National Weather Service (Sterling, VA and Mt. Holly, NJ) snowfall maps for tomorrow below for your viewing pleasure. My forecast ideas are identical on this one, so I don’t have much more to add.
If you are looking forward to a big snowstorm, join the club as that won’t be happening anytime soon. For those wishing for warmer temperatures, you will be very happy with the forecast for next week when we climb out of the ice box. But do not fear, February looks to greet us with more cold and maybe a stormier pattern. Don’t groan! I’m happy to finally see some semblance of Winter!
Thanks for reading!