“I loved being a superintendent of schools, but I don’t miss mornings like this, when the weather is completely unpredictable and the call isn’t clear.”
– Former MCPS superintendent, Josh Starr, in a tweet to MoCoSnow earlier today
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This storm definitely overperformed!
The Winter Storm Warning is still in effect for NW MoCo until Friday morning at 4am, but I suspect that it could be pulled before then as all of our county is expected to remain above freezing overnight (there could be isolated spots that are just at or below the freezing mark for a short amount of time).
It’s also not going to be warm, but the rain will be helping with the melt. I believe that there will definitely be some side roads and sidewalks with issues in the AM.
Since this isn’t a situation where we’re waiting for more wintry precipitation to fall overnight, there’s not much else to discuss aside from the prediction!
Pencil Prediction for Friday, 11/16: 2 Pencils
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