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NWS Burlington-Special Weather Statement:
...ANOTHER WINTER STORM IS POSSIBLE FOR SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY...

LATEST FORECASTS SUGGEST AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL DEVELOP ALONG
THE SOUTHEAST COAST LINE ON SATURDAY. THIS LOW PRESSURE IS EXPECTED
TO STRENGTHEN AS IT TRACKS NORTHEAST. ITS ANTICIPATED THE STORM WILL
BE LOCATED OFF THE NEW JERSEY COAST BY SUNDAY NIGHT.

THIS TRACK SUGGEST THE POTENTIAL FOR A SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL ACROSS
NORTHERN NEW YORK AND MOST OF VERMONT LATE SUNDAY INTO MONDAY. THE
EXACT TRACK AND TIMING OF THIS STORM IS STILL UNCERTAIN....ALONG WITH
EXPECTED SNOWFALL AMOUNTS.

STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO...COMMERCIAL TELEVISION AND RADIO...
OR YOUR CABLE TELEVISION PROVIDER FOR LATER STATEMENTS AND UPDATED
FORECASTS.
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Extended Discussion by the head guys at the NWS:
...CENTRAL AND ERN US...

A POTENT LEAD SYSTEM SUPPORTS WIDESPREAD PCPN OVER THE SERN
US SUN AND EXPECTED DEVELOPMENT OF A SIGNIFICANT COASTAL LOW
SUPPORTS ANOTHER MAJOR WINTER STORM UP THE ERN SEABOARD FM
THE APPALACHIANS AND MID-ATLC SUN TO THE NERN US LATER SUN
INTO TUE INCLUDING THE POTENTIAL FOR A WIDE SWATH OF VERY
HEAVY SNOWS.  A SECOND POTENTIALLY SIGNIFICANT SYSTEM
DEVELOPING OVER THE HIGH PLAINS BY MON AS FUELED BY POTENT
SRN STREAM TROF ENERGY SHOULD WORK INTO THE E-CENTRAL US
BY TUE AND AGAIN THREATEN THE ERN US NEXT WED/THU AND OFFERS
THE POTENTIAL FOR YET ANOTHER COASTAL STORM.  HOWEVER...
AREAS WELL INLAND ACROSS THE MID-MS VALLEY AND MIDWEST/OH
VALLEY MAY ALSO HAVE A GOOD POTENTIAL FOR SNOW/ICE WITH THE
12 UTC GFS PRIMARY LOW TRACK TUE/WED.  FORECASTER CONFIDENCE
IS NOT AS HIGH WITH THESE SYSTEMS BUT THE MODELS ARE ALL
POINTING TO DEVELOPMENT THAT WOULD SPREAD ANOTHER ROUND OF
MODERATE/HEAVY WINTERY PCPN WITH SWD EXTENDING CONVECTIVE
RAINS ALONG/NEAR THE TRAILING FRONT OVER THE SRN/SERN US.

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