With Martin Luther King Day on Monday, it’s a three day weekend for most people. So, I figured this edition of Point Blank Range Forecasts should be for Sunday through Monday. Before we get into this weekend’s outlook though, it’s a check of the outcome for the previous forecasts.
Last weekend’s outlook involved snowfall totals for four major Pennsylvania cities Allentown, Erie, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Their weekend totals are listed below.
Bull’s Eye: Allentown, Erie, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh each have snowfall totals between 1-4 inches for the weekend.
On Target: Three of the four have snowfall totals between 1-4 inches for the weekend.
Complete Miss: Any other outcome.
All of them fell in the 1-4 inch range for the weekend, so the forecast is a Bull’s Eye.
Here are the results for the season, combined with the Golden Snowball site.
|Point Blank Range Forecasts Results|
|Region||Bull’s Eye||On Target||Complete Miss||Points|
Now on to this weekend’s outlook. The biggest threat of snow appears to be in the upper Midwest states of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, so the PBR forecast for the weekend involves the major cities Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids and Lansing in Michigan, Minneapolis/St. Paul in Minnesota and Green Bay, Madison and Milwaukee in Wisconsin.
Bull’s Eye: All eight listed areas receive at least 3 inches of snow this weekend.
On Target: Four to seven of the listed areas receive at least 3 inches of snow this weekend.
Complete Miss: Four or more of the listed areas receive less than 3 inches of snow this weekend.
Remember to check out the Golden Snowball to see that update. Have a great weekend everyone!