Here is the GFS model on Thursday's snow. It's not a big storm and it has very little precipitation with it, but why am I getting excited for it? Well, when it's 10 degrees and snowing liquid-snow ratios change from the usual 10:1 to 35:1. Now if we get the predicted 0.20 inches liquid equivalent then that equals 7 inches of EXTREMELY light fluffy snow. It's just a matter if we get the heavier band of snow or not. Check back tomorrow for more.