The evening NAM model is now in and is waffling back to a track to the east (which would mean less snow for our area). It still doesn’t mean it’s gone, even with this scenario there will be some minor, accumulating snow for Northern Illinois.
This is just one model and by tomorrow morning, most of the models will come in line with one particular solution. This will allow us to have higher confidence on the Wednesday/Thursday storm. Just one of the reasons we don’t pinpoint snowfall amounts in our forecasts until we’re 24 hours from the first flake.
We’ll keep you updated as we get more information, right here on the blog.
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This post was written by Eric Sorensen on November 30, 2009