By: Ryan Fannock
There's a storm modeled around November 9th and 10th that could bring us some snow to Eastern Pennsylvania. The 0z (overnight run) of the GFS (American Model) has this storm hitting the East Coast. However, it's the first run to show this setup. It's time to sit back and watch future runs unfold. It would be pretty awesome if we got multiple runs in a row to start showing this event. But 9 times out of 10, that doesn't happen. Maybe it's sniffing something out early; maybe not. Only time will tell. For now, here's a snow map showing 3" in Scranton and up to 1" for the Red Circled area where many of you live.