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Saturday Is Looking Snowier

Snowlovers know things had to go their way at least once this winter, and the trend is their friend with respect to Saturday's system.  Models have moved toward a colder solution and this of course would mean more snow.  Probabilities are now very high for receiving at least one inch of snow on Saturday in New York City.  Here are the numbers that I've been able to come up with thus far.

Probability in Central Park of receiving more than:

One Inch:  71%

Two Inches:  33%

Three Inches:  19%

In the meantime, a relatively weak system will be moving by tonight with a dusting of snow for many areas, especially north and west of the city.  I'll update as I get more information regarding the weekend system, including snow probabilites for different parts of the area!

Posted by WABC on January 19, 2012 in Snow | Permalink


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