Computer Models: Snow on Monday

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By Quincy Vagell on March 22, 2013, 5:15pm Last modified: March 23, 2013, 5:08pm

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The computer models are indicating the potential for a coastal storm to bring at least some snow to Connecticut on Monday. This slide-show will give an overview of what some of the computer models were showing as of Friday afternoon.

-Snow may develop by Monday morning or early afternoon.
-Periods of snow could continue into the night.
-Any leftover snow tapers off early Tuesday morning.

At this point, I think there is a relatively high probability of at least some light snow in Connecticut. It's too soon to get into specific snowfall amounts, but some areas could see a plowable snowfall.

*Check out the slideshow for more specifics on what the different models are showing.

The above image is from the 12z GFS ensembles. The ensemble mean, lower right, bring light to moderate snow to most of the state on Monday. Some of the individual members showed heavier snow, with others showing just a glancing blow.

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