slides: New England Meteorologists’ Blizzard Forecasts—Who Will Be Right?
Saturday, February 09, 2013
GoLocal rounded up predictions from top meteorologists in Providence and Boston, ranging from a foot and a half to nearly three feet. Who was right? We'll find out tomorrow morning.
18-24 inches, up to 30
Ghiorse said the winter storm is likely to drop 18 to 24 inches across most of the region with a few isolated spots nearer the 30-inch mark, but he noted that drifting caused by the high winds that are expected to accompany the snowfall will make measurement very difficult.
18 to 24 inches
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