Listen: Three Quarters discussed on WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson
"It may continue right on through at least Sunday afternoon as low passes south of us. So we could be into Saturday and then Saturday night and then into maybe the first half of Sunday. So still let out of the woods. I don't think for accumulating snow, but the best chance does look like it's going to be west and north with elevations once again, so tricky and plenty of time to modify the forecast. Well, certainly, I think nobody has expectations right now that we're going to be able to give you a amounts and things like that. Usually don't put out amounts until we get a day or two or a couple of days before we put like you'll light or moderate or heavy looking at that chance of precept and the liquid equivalent let's run that past you real quick the liquid equivalent meaning how much liquid precipitation which would be melted. Snow and rain coming in looks like it's going to be a bow. Three quarters to maybe an inch. So all that wouldn't be snow. So certainly doesn't look like a blockbuster event. Either way, however, pretty moderate event with up to an inch of liquid equivalent. So that could mean combination of rain and snow where you could see some cumulation. Well, that's interesting. You say that the system reminds you a little bit of what we saw back in December which ended up being a substantial enough thing. But the reminds you of that, but the temperatures may be higher which is to say if things fluctuate in the other direction, right? They get lower in the next few days, then that's still something to be concerned about so Tuesday here we are. Let's let's let's proceed with caution. I guess is the best. Similar in the track. Yes. So the track is a now a southern track for the last few storms. We've seen had been further north.."