Check out @AccuRayno’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/AccuRayno/status/825736281292410880?s=09
I went a little more conservative with amounts as opposed to NOAA numbers. There is a sliver from just north of Dover to around the city proper of Dover that could see the “heaviest” portion of the systems as it develops right over us. I included eastern shore, and travel down 95 to Baltimore-Washington so if your going down there, you know D.C. . They can’t handle this kind of stuff. School delays? Possible. Easy travel folks. Easy travel.
Unless there is something spectacular development then I will post later, but I like this map. NOW CASTING begins around 8PM with radar updates and early models coming in.
Have a great Sunday!
The interesting thing about tomorrow night’s event is that it’s actually, most probably, going to happen and develop right over the state . It won’t even start until after Midnight so most of us will wake to a winter wonderland of a dusting on your lawns!!
A VERY WEAK low pressure system coming down from Canada is due to form literally right over the state late tomorrow night and touch off a reign of light snow, and maybe just flurries. Will keep an eye on it, but my confidence level is 50-50. So, for our snow lovers enjoy! It could be an appetizer for the latter part of next weekend.