Yes, a lot can still change with new data in the 48 hours ahead so nothing is written in stone.
It is still expected to start as rain for everyone. And still looks like more rain than anything else for MOST of Metro Atlanta as of now anyway.
Having said that here is my first guess on the general areas for predominant precipitation type. Look up the word predominant if needed for clarification.
Remember I am doing this on my spare time as I am no longer employed so this is a freebie. I fully admit I am not digging into things like I would if I was still working for WSB, I am after all fully retired now. But you know, when it’s in your blood, your DNA, the very marrow of your bones it’s hard to stop cold turkey, but I am trying to step away and let it go lol.
Please read previous blogs if you missed them.
Sorry I have neither a steady drawing hand nor a better graphics program!
Below are some NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAPHICS (not my info) for reference:
EXPERIMENTAL BEST ESTIMATE OF MODEL FORECAST ERROR RANGE, TOO HIGH OR TOO LOW ON SNOW:
My replacement Christina Edwards has the WSB Radio forecast on-air and online. That’s the WSB 95.5 OFFICIAL forecast, NOT mine:
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