This is the first forecast that involves the midweek. Part of that is to make up for not having one for the past weekend, and part of it is for what some would consider to be an unusual event.
Before this forecast is shown though, it is a look back to the last one. Last forecast involved snowfall for the major cities in Ohio. The weekend totals are listed below.
Bull’s Eye: All 6 of the Ohio cities have 1-3 inches of snow over the weekend.
On Target: 4 or 5 of the Ohio cities have 1-3 inches of snow over the weekend.
Complete Miss: 3 or fewer of the Ohio cities have 1-3 inches of snow over the weekend.
Akron, Cleveland, Columbus and Dayton all were within 1-3 inches, so this is an On Target Forecast.
Here are the updated results for the season, combined with the Golden Snowball site.
|Point Blank Range Forecasts Results|
|Region||Bull’s Eye||On Target||Complete Miss||Points|
It was a tough forecast period for me as the GSB forecast was a Complete Miss. As a result, I’m at 7 points for 8 forecasts, which puts me at an average of .88. 12 forecasts, 6 periods worth, still remain for the season.
On to this forecast, which features snowfall in Reno, NV and Salt Lake City, UT. While Reno is the star of it, I’m using Salt Lake City for my Bull’s Eye forecast. A bit different for the forecasts, but as mentioned before, it is a bit different situation. Snow is expected for Reno today, which will work its way to Salt Lake City tonight through Thursday. I’m expecting Reno to have 2-4 inches of snow from this event, with Salt Lake City likely getting in that range as well.
Bull’s Eye: Reno and Salt Lake City total 2-4 inches of snow for Wednesday and Thursday.
On Target: Only Reno totals 2-4 inches of snow for Wednesday and Thursday.
Complete Miss: Reno’s snowfall total is outside of the 2-4 inch range.
Be sure to check out the GSB forecast update as well. Have a great rest of the week everyone!