As we move closer to a storm, usually weather models tend to agree more. Not this storm.
The latest weather models are suggesting many different things and it has become next to impossible to make a forecast. I'll start with the stuff I do know.
Boston: Expect about a foot of heavy wet snow. Western suburbs could get over a foot and southern and eastern suburbs will get a little less than a foot.
Portland: Expect a about a foot for the city with lesser amounts north and west.
Washington DC and Baltimore: Starting as some light sleet, snow and rain showers and then transitioning to all snow. Baltimore and its northern suburbs should expect anywhere from a coating to up to an inch in some spots.
For my full snow map check out the winter weather page.
Now getting to the tough stuff...
New York City is really going to be a wild card with this storm. While I still expect 4-8 inches of snow to fall (depending on which burrow you live in) there is going to be a very sharp cut off line with the snow. There is also the growing potential for up to a half an inch of ice in some of the northern and western suburbs. If tempertures are just a few degrees different then predicted this could mean New York City ends up with a foot or it could mean New York City ends up with 2 inches.
On the winter weather page is a map of the area of my greatest uncertainty and the the area with the highest potential for a crippling ice storm. Please go check that out. The purple area is also in the the red area so it could easily change.
Below I have also included a picture of the current radar. Snow is already picking up in intensity in Pennsylvania so be very careful at any Superbowl events.
I will have more updates, but since I don't have enough time to make new snow and ice maps my final call map on the winter weather page is final.