Winter Storm Impacts Timeline – Wednesday Evening Update


Winter Storm Timeline Overview

Given the complex nature of the weather over the next two days, I have created a quick graphic to show roughly what to expect at different times.

It is looking increasingly likely that at least parts of the region will see a moderate snowfall on Friday. The area I highlighted on the second map in this morning’s blog post is still the favored area, and 3-7 inches is still a reasonable early estimate. I will have a final snow map for that portion of the storm tomorrow, after Phase 1 starts to wind down.

There are no changes in my thinking from this morning on the first part of the storm, which sets in late tonight and continues through Thursday.

My next update will come Thursday morning.

READ: Wednesday AM Blog Post → https://flxweather.com/2020/02/05/winter-weather-advisories-issued-ahead-of-complex-winter-weather

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