There's supposedly to be a fine big snowstorm this weekend, coming in two waves, one just passed, the other advancing today and Saturday. We're ready for a good two-footer. Get us all in the mood for winter, that would.
But none of the TV weathermen were willing to go out on a limb and say how big, or how much snow.
Neither was the NWS. This is all the enlightenment I got from them this morning:
THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM THAT WILL BRING THE SNOW TODAY AND TONIGHTI suppose as an applied scientist myself, I prefer that if they really don't know, they say they don't know.
WILL DEEPEN RAPIDLY AS IT MOVES WELL TO THE EAST OF THE AREA. THE
LOW WILL THEN MOVE BACK TO THE COAST SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. AS THE
LOW APPROACHES...HEAVY SNOW AND GUSTY WINDS ARE POSSIBLE DURING
THIS TIME. THERE IS STILL SOME UNCERTAINTY CONCERNING JUST HOW
MUCH SNOW AND WIND WILL AFFECT THE REGION SATURDAY THROUGH
SUNDAY...BUT SIGNIFICANT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ARE POSSIBLE.
But the suspense is killing me.