Storm Center 7

Chance for snow moves south; What this means for the Miami Valley

The chance for snowfall late Monday into Tuesday has fizzled out.

According to Storm Center 7′s Chief Meteorologist Austin Chaney, Sunday’s forecast shows the storm is moving further away from the Miami Valley.

>>STORM CENTER 7 FORECAST: Clear skies, low temps tonight; Snow trending further south

Any snow we may see will fall Monday night into the early morning hours of Tuesday.

The storm has shifted southeast and the amount of snowfall expected has lowered, according to Storm Center 7′s Chief Meteorologist Austin Chaney.

It’s important to keep an eye on the track because it’s how Storm Center 7 pinpoints where a narrow band of moderate to heavy snow would fall.

As of Sunday night, a 50 to 100-mile southeast shift in the forecast has had major implications for what we will see in the Miami Valley.

The forecast has changed throughout the day. According to Storm Center 7′s Chief Meteorologist Austin Chaney, Sunday’s mid-morning models still showed significant snow in Dayton, but now the model doesn’t even show snowflakes.


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