After lamenting over the lost potential of our Friday storm in yesterday's blog, I wrote:
"I still think this storm could be a bigger deal. Often the models tick northwest with low pressure systems within 48 hours or so of the onset of a storm. It's a known bias.
Bottom Line: Give me any reason to increase this snowfall map, and I'm dying to do it. It's a hunch."
And sure enough, last night the model runs started moving northwest.
This is actual footage of me watching those models load on my computer:
That northwest shift gave me the justification I needed to increase snowfall totals along the coastline all the way down into southern Maine:
New map, who dis?
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