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Morning Big Daddy...
The operational models continue to adjust the storm track to the east, which I think is interesting given the trend of the winter. If you take the track of the storm now, the axis of the heavy snow would go from Atlanta to Winston, N.C, to D.C. to Trenton, N.J. to Albany, N.Y. It's a great track now to dump heavy snow in D.C. and Baltimore and not so for NYC and Boston, which would mix rain to snow. In any case, it's just the trend of the models overnight, and I still think the track is more favored to go from New Orleans to Charlotte, N.C. to Albany.Let me just stress we are going through the normal model changes on the track. They will go west and they will go east but, by Sunday, we should have a general consensus on the track of the storm. In my mind, anyone from I-95 west to Nashville, Tenn. up to Detroit is fair game for snow..."