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Snowfall Predictions Increase for Today's Storm UPDATE: Even Higher

Written By Editor on 2/13/14 | 2/13/14

The storm that has already brought an inch of snow to the area is expected to be significantly stronger than previously believed. A winter storm warning has been issued from 10am today until 10am Thursday. Initial snowfall estimates have been revised upward to 8-14 inches total, with more snow falling in the eastern Catskills. Schoharie County falls within the 10-14 inch zone.

Credit: NWS
Snowfall is expected to consistently fall at a rate of 1-2 inches per hour with a maximum of 3 per hour by late Thursday. This will then slow down by Friday morning. Temperatures will reach a high of 26 today and fall to 20 tonight. Tomorrow, the thermometer will peak over freezing, at 35 and fall to 20 overnight.

EDIT: 9:24am: Channel 6 has updated this prediction to be more dire:

WNYT has it even higher:



Remember to keep it tuned to the Schoharie News weather page for constant updates.
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