2 Parts of Storm: Part 2 Could be InterestingFebruary 23rd, 2013 at 11:54 am by petemangione under Tony's Pinpoint Weather Blog
Several of our reliable computer models are now starting to come together on a 2nd wave of snow developing Sunday afternoon into Sunday night. Even though the center of the storm will be well offshore by this point, a piece of energy will extend from the center back into New England. You can think of this piece of energy as a spoke on a bicycle wheel.
This energy piece looks like it will affect us Sunday afternoon into late Sunday night. However, this type of weather feature can be very tricky…some areas could get several inches while others only a dusting.
We will stick with our amounts for now which you can see in the previous blog entry. Because it will be cold enough for snow by Sunday afternoon into Sunday night, it is likely that most of our snow accumulation will be picked up during this time period. Stay tuned, because this type of weather feature can be very difficult to forecast, and we may have to make changes through out the weekend. For now, I leave you with the forecast for 11PM on Sunday night…..it shows that snow is still possible at that point. -Pete Mangione