if the snow forecast verifies and we hit high end totals
we may see another foot by next Monday.....and then this may happen....
Keep in mind the first wave of cold will produce AT LEAST
-10F to -15F temps and the second one mentioned below is colder
I don't know if they are saying record cold for the date or record
cold period but our record low is -31F I believe....now check this out.
From the local forecasters discussion this morning.
Starting to see more agreement in models of a much stronger clipper
system for Sunday into Monday. Stronger dynamics/forcing and
cold snow ratios point to the potential for accumulations of 4+
inches along it's track, which is uncertain at this point. What is
more certain however, is that this system will likely dislodge
another chunk of Arctic air that will persist through the middle of
next week. Anomalies suggest this airmass could be even colder than
the one for the end of this current week. Should the magnitude of
this cold remain unchanged and with a deepening snowpack between now
and then, this would bring the likelihood of record cold to the region.
If this happens it may get cold enough that the protection won't be enough,
the extra snow may help to insulate but this could be
a zone busting/yard ending event.