KABOOM!!! Snow Map for Tonight through Tuesday

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr January 25, 2015 17:17

KABOOM!!! Snow Map for Tonight through Tuesday

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The clipper is already approaching the Ohio Valley and is looking strong! It will transfer to the OBX area, move towards the benchmark (40N/70W) and bomb out to a very strong low pressure system (sub 980mb). It might actually retrograde/stall before pulling away. This is a natural recipe for a major snow storm for New Jersey and surrounding areas. Should the storm stall longer than expected then 24″+ accumulations are possible. The term for that is “Dude, where’s my car?” —coined by New Jersey Photographer Greg Molyneux. It’s possible so we’ll leave the door open for that. Otherwise 12-24 looks about right for the hardest hit areas of New Jersey

Light snow should fall tonight and tomorrow—anything from a coating to significant snow. The main event won’t happen until later tomorrow evening into Tuesday. The coast should prepare for beach erosion and flooding on top of a potential crippling blizzard. All OEM should be advised!

In English: It’s going to snow very hard in very cold air. A foot+ is pretty much guaranteed which warrants the only true and original KABOOM! Be safe! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr January 25, 2015 17:17

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