A first dusting for New England
After writing my previous blog, snow coverage hasn't changed much (if at all), but some part of New England saw their first dusting on Monday!
York and Cumberland County, Maine dealt with some slippery roads yesterday afternoon and some of those flakes snow south for Tuesday morning. StormTeam10 has received reports from Chepachet, Burrillville, and Greenville that wet flakes are hitting the ground.
Wet flakes may be one thing, but true measurable snow still seems a ways away. As of Tuesday morning's models, the probability of seeing 1" of snow from now through Thanksgiving is between 0-10% for southern New England. Higher elevations have a much better chance, so skiers will be glad to know powder is on the way some point soon.
Thanks for reading!
-Meteorologist Zack Green