Usually our region does not have snow to speak of until well after Christmas and generally not until February. Even then it doesn’t typically stick around. Sometimes we see a few flakes and even a dusting to maybe an inch or two….........
Just as Ahdora is to enter our area I am surprised what our forecast says might happen and I have to really emphasize the ‘might’ because I won’t believe it unless I see it…...........even aside from stating to Dave a week or so ago that this fall I brought a wooley worm in for Erik to see that had no brown band at all which it’s said means that copious snow is coming this winter.
Tonight precipitation is to begin in the form of snow up the east coast and not truly end until Monday and is calculated to be from 10-20 inches. IF that happens, parts of this region will be paralysed when heavy winds then accompany this (because this is consider ‘semi-tropical’ even though we do have strongish winters - we are nevertheless overwhelmed when there are serious dumps). Adhora may be snowbound and we will not even have a chance to meet her and her’s.
I, myself think that there will be snow, but not more than maybe the usual 4 inches.
I’m hoping Acci will also keep us alerted since his area below us further south feels some of this as it scurries up the coast.