For snow lovers talk of more snow is sweet music. For those of us that are snow weary, talk of another possible storm is like the sting of a dagger. If you're a snow lover, you'll probably like what's heading our way Wednesday night and Thursday. For snow haters you might want to plan a trip to a warm place. The computers models, like so many times this season already, are bringing another storm system our way later Wednesday night into Thursday. Once again, like so many of these storms that come our way from the southwest, the exact track is still up in the air. Some models bring the low along the coast, which would push a rain-snow line further inland. If we see low pressure tracking further offshore snow could be a good possibility for a lot of locations. Whatever the scenario it will have to be watched closely.
Behind this storm temperatures will be a little bit below average. Then, the best news we've heard in a while, the following week could shape up to be quite mild, perhaps signaling the end of the dead of winter. Stay tuned!
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