The first look at Monday's Coastal Storm.
Small shifts will have big ramifications in this forecast. Storms that transfer their energy to an offshore low become increasingly difficult to pinpoint. With such storms, an intense band of snow (CCB) forms over a small area and produces very heavy, dynamic precip rates. Often resulting in overproducing snowfall totals. Right now, I am leaning towards this setting up in NEPA, where 10+" of snow will be possible.
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