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Snow Accumulation Changes

Posted on: 10:54 am, January 17, 2013, by

This winter weather event is panning out pretty close to the way it’s been forecast all along; however, some adjustments are necessary from time to time. We are seeing new model data suggesting very heavy snow for a period of 2-3 hours over North-Central and Northeast Alabama.

That still could give us up to 6 inches of snow in the higher elevations of Sand and Lookout Mountains as well as the Cumberland Mountain/Plateau and even parts of Brindlee Mountain in Morgan/Marshall Counties.

Here’s our latest projection. Most of us will be on the lower end of the ranges; the high end of the range is for “isolated areas” where heavier snow bands set up.

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