Forecast models continue to trend towards a winter storm with accumulating snow for the period of Sunday 12/1/19 through Tuesday 12/3/19.
The National Weather Service has updated their predicted snowfall map and amounts have trended upwards.
What many consider the most accurate forecast model for winter storms affecting the east coast of the US, the European, continues to forecast 6-12″ north of Providence, 3-6″ south of Providence, and 1-2″ at the south coast. The Cape and Islands will most likely be too warm for any measurable snow thanks to warm air mixing in. Highest amounts will fall in upstate New York, Northern Massachusetts, and Southern New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.
So far our first call map looks on track for RI and SE MA, with no need to update. We will post another update later this evening,
PLEASE NOTE: All weather posts are my thoughts and opinions only. These are not official forecasts, as I am not a trained meteorologist. Check local media outlets or the National Weather Service for official weather forecasts for your local area. Weather posts are focused on Southeastern New England.