While the Mitt Peeps watch a near miss with this Gulf/East Coast bomb storm, the cold air coming down behind it looks to bring me another shot at LES (to replace what's melting attm) from later tomorrow afternoon overnight into Sunday. Some SR models show a west-east band focused along an embedded trough line, others like the NMM have a more traditional NW flow coverage scenario. NWS even mentioning the possible surprise enhancement due to the pin-wheeling trough axis.
NMM (15 hrs of flakes flying and still going at h48)
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