tStacsh Posted January 27 Report Share Posted January 27 Tough forecast a day out apparently. PRESENT FORECAST IS FOR THE AXIS OF HEAVIEST SNOW TO FALL FROM ROUGHLY MUSKEGON AND GRR OVER TO ALMA (ABOUT TWO ROWS OF COUNTIES WIDE), BUT WILL LIKELY NEED FURTHER REFINEMENT IN LATER FORECASTS. AMOUNTS WITHIN THAT BAND COULD REACH AS HIGH AS 6-8", WITH THE BULK OF IT FALLING ON SATURDAY NIGHT. AMOUNTS ON EITHER SIDE OF THAT BAND WILL PROBABLY BE ON THE ORDER OF 2-5". THERE CONTINUES TO BE CONCERN THAT IF THE MORE NORTHERN NAM IS CORRECT THAT A CORRIDOR CONTAINING A MIX OF FREEZING RAIN AND SLEET COULD SNEAK AS FAR NORTH OF I-96, WITH MAINLY RAIN SOUTH OF THERE. WE ARE STILL FORECASTING MOSTLY SNOW WITH THIS SYSTEM ALTHOUGH SOME MIXY PRECIP FOR A TIME ALONG/SOUTH OF THE I-94 CORRIDOR. 2 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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