Posted on February 7, 2013 by



This evenings model runs have come in showing less mixing along the Southern New England coast. Other than that, no major changes to the forecast.
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Here is my new snow map with little change other than the SNE coast.

Currently our two pieces of energy are intensifying as they march towards one another. Tomorrow they will combine and rapidly intensify while moving slowly. The monster storm should bottom out at a respectable 974mb. As the storm intensifies, it will suck an enormous volume of air towards the center resulting in high winds of 50mph along the Maine coast. Along the Cape, gusts of hurricane force will be possible. As for elsewhere, winds will vary by location 25mph far inland and 35-45mph closer to the coast.

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