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In his video today explained what he thinks will happen. "Thermally induced reverse circulation" the wind will never turn from the North at the surface and a low will form on the eddy off the coast. Basically he says anyone who gets 2" of snow or more will not escape the 30's and forecasts of 50 will bust. Sees a significant snow right up the I95 corridor.

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I agree with JB's thoughts of anyone seeing 2"+ of snow will likely not see 50 degrees...although I could see those who get between 2" and 4" possibly getting into the 40's on Sunday.  Anyone who gets 4"+ will have a tough time breaking 40 degrees on Sunday, IMO.

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