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SNOW BULLSEYE MOVES TO EASTERN NFLD

Hey folks,

Well, 24 hours later and both the Canadian GEM model and the American GFS models have both trended East for our weekend system. In fact both models this morning were showing the Centre of the Low passing EAST of the Avalon. This would shift that heavy wet snow area East as well. Now, the afternoon Run of the GEM has come back a bit West... bringing the Centre right up across the Avalon.

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POINTS TO MENTION

-There still remains some uncertainly with this track, that said, I think the most Easterly track could hold. Meaning the Avalon and Eastern Newfoundland are a safer bet for some Heavy Wet Snow on Saturday/Saturday night... which could be followed by some Snow-Rain Mix on Sunday.

-It's still pretty early to talk about amounts... however I think a decent 15-20 cm shot could be coming for Terra Nova, the Burin and East to Cape Spear.

-West of that line, Gander-Bay of Exploits and Grand Falls-Windsor, Light Snow on Saturday would be followed by some steadier Snowfall on Sunday. 8-15 cm.

-Again, it's still 36-48 hours out. This could change again.

More tonight on Here & Now and tomorrow here on the blog.

AND SPRING OFFICIALLY BEGINS AT 9:14 AM NDT ON FRIDAY... HAPPY SPRING!!!

Ryan

Your Comments

BRING IT ON !!!

Posted by: Rod on March 19, 2009 06:24 PM

ryan, you have to go to facebook.com and check out the group me & my friends made for you.
its called "fans of ryan snoddon"

just goes to show how many people out there thinks your great!!!

-stephanie noble,burlington,newfoundland!

Posted by: stephanie noble on March 19, 2009 08:15 PM

Ryan where is the update for Friday?

Posted by: Peg on March 20, 2009 03:03 PM

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