Saturday's expected "springtime corrective snow" will leave varying amounts, meteorologist Joe Cioffi said Thursday.
"There will be extremely high variability in snowfall amounts depending on elevation, time of day and how the core of the narrow band of precipitation sets up," Cioffi said.
"There will be places that will get little or nothing and within miles because of elevation," he said. "[T]here could be places that get several inches or more.
"This is a lot like clustering summertime thunderstorms. Some areas get clobbered and others get nothing."
Cioffi warned, however, that the "confidence level on this forecast right now is extremely low, which is unusual this late in the game. But such is the problem with forecasting a spring snow."
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