Next week is looking messy, but how messy is the question. Last night, the Navy NOGAPS model and their GFS models both correlated by showing 2-4 inches of water on Monday evening through Tuesday night. That would be 2-4 feet of snow, roughly speaking. This morning most sites predict snow, but some are wavering. NOGAPS shows about 0.25 inches of water. We will see. Personally, I think this next storm might get us back on track to normal precipitation for the month. The Climate Prediction Center shows this:
I don’t think they have been very reliable, particularly in the 6-14 day outlooks, this winter.
The shark oil barometer is cloudy this am. I may try to get a webcam running to show it.