Tuesday Morning Weather Update with Pencil Prediction for Wednesday, 12/8

The threat we’ve been watching has almost completely backed off, with very little to no snow expected to fall Wednesday morning.

Per the National Weather Service, less than an inch is expected to fall, with the “high end” amount under an inch as well (10% chance of the high end amount falling).

As many potential winter storms in our area do, this pre-winter storm didn’t end up trending the right way for snow lovers. We think a coating is possible on grassy areas, but even that may be ambitious.

If snow does fall, the timing could cause things to slow down a little only because of drivers seeing snow fall during the morning rush. It would only make roads wet.

MoCoSnow’s Prediction: 1 Pencil

iOS app: MoCoSnow provides you with predictions for surrounding counties as well (we’re using the first page of the app only for this season).

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