This forecast will be a bit unusual, as it involves no measurable precipitation over the weekend. There is a reason for this though, which will be explained in detail tomorrow, both here and on Golden Snowball. But first, it’s a look back at the last forecast.
Snow was in the forecast for Cleveland, OH, Toledo, OH and Erie, PA. Here are their totals from February 25th through the 27th.
Bull’s Eye: All three get at least 6 inches, with at least one getting a foot, of snow this weekend, .
On Target: All three get at least 6 inches of snow this weekend.
Complete Miss: One of the three gets less than 6 inches of snow this weekend.
All three were above 6 inches, but none made it to a foot. So, this is an On Target forecast.
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However, that’s not enough to get me to 1.00 as the GSB forecast was also On Target. I increase the average by 0.01 to 0.93. Just 3 forecasts remain, enough to either finish out strong or end with a whimper.
Now on to this forecast, which involves no precipitation. This is for the state of Indiana, which I had planned on doing a forecast for at this time for two reasons. One of which is that most areas will be having their St. Patrick’s Day parade this weekend, and South Bend, Indiana is home to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. But there is another reason for it, and that will be explained tomorrow morning. It just turns out that there isn’t too much expected for Indiana this weekend. The five Indiana cities involved in this forecast are Evansville, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Lafayette and South Bend.
Bull’s Eye: All five of the listed Indiana cities have no measurable precipitation this weekend.
On Target: A majority of the listed Indiana cities have no measurable precipitation this weekend.
Complete Miss: A majority of the listed Indiana cities have measurable precipitation this weekend.
Be sure to check out the forecast on Golden Snowball as well!