It may be the first full week of Spring, according to the calendar, but there is one more push of winter weather at the start of the “new” season. This forecast will ride on just one city. More details on that to come, but first, it’s a look back at the last forecast.
The previous outlook involved Indiana weather, or lack there of it. Below are the precipitation totals for the chosen Indiana cities from the 11th through the 13th.
Fort Wayne: None
South Bend: None
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.
Four out of five had no precipitation, while Evansville recorded a trace. That’s all five without measurable precipitation, and a Bull’s Eye.
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However, the GSB forecast let me down once again, and I’m still below the 1.00 goal. Just two forecasts remain, so I need to get it together quickly.
Now on to this forecast, which involves snowfall. Snow will be moving into the northeast U.S. and it looks like the area around the NY/PA border will be hit pretty good. As a result, I’m putting it all on just one area, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, PA.
Bull’s Eye: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre has at least 10 inches of snow.
On Target: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre has at least 5 inches of snow.
Complete Miss: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre has less than 5 inches of snow.
Be sure to check out the forecast over at Golden Snowball as well!