This forecast is up a little bit earlier than I anticipated. That’s mainly due to interesting weather happening before the weekend and I want to get these forecasts up a few days in advance of the events.
For the New York State forecast, we’re getting New York City into the mix with the Golden Snowball cities.
At least one Golden Snowball city will receive less precipitation than one of the New York City reporting stations on either Wednesday or Thursday.
Wednesday and Thursday look to be soggy for the state, but especially for NYC. For those of you wondering, there are three NYC reporting stations that will be used in verifying the forecast: Central Park, LaGuardia Airport and JFK Airport. If any one of them receive more precipitation than any one of the GSB cities, on either Wednesday or Thursday, this forecast will be correct.
For the world forecast, I’m looking at Michigan for some snow.
At least one of Michigan’s major cities will have an inch or more of snowfall on Wednesday or Thursday.
Looks to be an interesting part of the week for the Michigan area, though I imagine an inch of snow is nothing to be too worked up about in that region. There are four major reporting areas that will be used for this forecast: Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids and Lansing. For my forecast to be correct, there must be at least an inch of snow measured at one ore more of the four sites.
As said earlier today, have a great week all!