Could it be a Snowy Luau ??
Saw the folowing blog on inaccuweather.... just a prayer for a snowless, heathen winter. I know it's still three days out, but this looks promising for the WV Alpps. The snowfall map didn't paste, but it shows a swath of snow as far south as snowshoe. One can only wait.
Another Weekend Snowstorm
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
STORM STARTS IN THE PLAINS AND HEADS INTO THE MID-ATLANTIC. A SWATH OF SNOW WILL COME ALONG WITH THE STORM.
The clipper coming across the Great Lakes into the Northeast tonight into Wednesday will produce a swath of coating to an inch or two. It should not be too big of a deal since any snow that comes during the day will melt on roads.
The storm at the end of the week will be quite interesting. Snow will develop into the Plains and streak east along I-80. The GFS blows the storm up into a powerful storm for the Northeast Sunday, while the Euro and Ukmet takes the storm east and hits the coast but continues the storm east into the Atlantic. I am leaning to the GFS, but not as intense across the Northeast as shown. In any case, the storm will produce wet snow to the north of and behind the storm. In some areas, it will rain then change to snow. New York City is an interesting forecast because it may end up snowing at the end of the storm.
For March standards, it's a wet snowstorm that will plaster everything with snow after it passes a specific location. Even if the GFS is correct and the storm does intensify across the Northeast, it will be wind-plastering snowstorm for the Northeast.
Snow-loha! May the great Poliahu bring some pow pow to T-line this weekend!
How does one do a snow dance? I'm still at Snowshoe watching the dry days...