Warning and Advisories
While the coast is not under any sort of advisory or warning, don't let that fool you. The Tuesday morning commute could see enough snow on the roadways to cause problems. Take it easy, and allow plenty of time to get to your work or destination.
No changes on timing or duration
Presented here is the 18z (1 PM) NAM WRF model idea for precipitation. There is no changes here. Snow will develop from southwest to northeast during the morning. Warm air invades the coast in the afternoon. I still think someone will hear thunder out of this. Main core of precipitation ends Tuesday evening for southern areas and Wednesday morning for the north. Snow showers will persist into Wednesday afternoon on the backside of the cold front.
A warmer trend for the coast has remained consistent for the past two days of various model runs with ensemble support. Don't be fooled with the snowfall output south and east of the mountains and north... roads will be slick for a while. It's certainly negotiable to get around, but with some common sense.
Please read my earlier post for more forecast details as that has remained unchanged. Spotty power outages from wind and heavy snow and freezing rain are possible over interior areas.
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