---Update on Sunday-Monday Storm; Accumulating Snow Potential Increasing for the Shenandoah Valley---
The past few days I've mentioned two storm scenarios for the upcoming late weekend event. We seem to be narrowing in on scenario 2: the weaker, more southern tracking system. Once again, this track would favor enough cold air working in for a quick hitting period of light to moderate snow for the entire Shenandoah Valley. This would also include areas east of the Blue Ridge along and north of a line from say Charlottesville to Fredericksburg. South of there is more of a question mark precipitation type wise where we may see more of a mixed bag of everything. Again, the snow vs mixed bag vs all rain dividing lines are preliminary and will depend on the exact track of the low. Bottom line: there should be a sharp north-south snow accumulation cutoff setup somewhere across the state but where is TBD. Energy sampling takes place tomorrow. Check back.