... while not of the market closing variety, will pose a big pain in the neck to the Wall Street crowd commuting in Friday morning, expecially folks coming in from the northern and western suburbs. If this turns out to the heavy, tree branch breaking variety that causing widespread power outtages, then all the worse.
See DT's 1st Call: http://www.wxrisk.com/Meteorology/Verification/2006-07/MARCH17/1STCALL.jpg
I can't believe I'm in for about a foot of snow after it was 74 yesterday. The heavy thunderstorms at 4 this morning were also interesting this morning.
At least the March sun is akin to a late summer sun, so the snow should melt quickly next week... I hope.
The 30 hr GFS model (valid for tomorrow) shows a rough time ahead for much of the Eastern Seaboard: