Snow InformationFebruary 11th, 2013 at 10:14 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Storm system still looks to pass southwest, south & southeast of here Tuesday-Wednesday. It could dump 10″ of snowfall in the Panhandle of Texas & in parts of Oklahoma. Wet snowfall accumulations will likely extend into Kentucky & southern Indiana, followed by the potential of another Nor’Easter developing. This would bring heavy snowfall to New York & Boston, but exact development & track are still uncertain.
We will watch this for us, but evidence is currently overwhelmingly south of us for snow.
Interesting clipper will dive south & re-develop into a Colorado low late week. As this happens & the Gulf begins to open up, snow will likely blossom to our southwest & south.
Some snow is possible here with minor accumulations, but evolution towards significant Nor’Easter is there with heavy snowfall from northeast Georgia to the Northeast.
As the Nor’Easter wraps up & pulls in the Arctic Blast, some flakes may get as far south as the Florida Panhandle with highs only near 40 by the weekend & highs around Orlando at just 47.