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03-04-2013, 09:03 PM
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I'm feeling rather bullish in terms of snow for whatever reason... From what I see on the models, theres going to be a development of a CCB over the region which will bring HEAVY precipitation over our area... This should help to cool down the boundary layer over the island... coupled with the fact that models like the GFS tend to overdo BL temps, I think these two things combined with the timing of the heaviest precip being Wednesday Night into thursday morning should help things accumulate...

My initial forecast for central LI would be 4-8 inches of snow, more West less east and along the south shore... but the problem is

A) This could easily bust too high due to warmer than progged temps
B) Could bust too low if temps are colder

Regardless, the snow will be HEAVY, WET SNOW... please take caution when shoveling and whatnot as this can lead to injuries and heart attacks

IN ADDITION IT WILL BE VERY WINDY, with sustained winds between 20-30 mph with gusts up to if not exceeding 60 mph at times possibly leading to downed trees and power outages when combined with heavy wet snow...

Stay tuned to the NWS for updates on the storm

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