Three Different Weather Services, Three Different Snowfall Forecasts

Three different weather services are predicting three different snowfall totals, making it difficult to forecast how much accumulation we will get when a storm hits Thursday in time for the afternoon commute.

Accuweather is offering the most conservative estimate, predicting 2 to 4 inches of the white stuff from the time the storm begins around 3 p.m. and ends about 12 hours later early Friday morning.

The National Weather Service in Mount Holly, N.J., the regional headquarters of the government weather forecasting agency, at 5 p.m., was predicting 6 to 8 inches.

Finally, the Eastern PA Weather Authority, weighed in with a 6- to 10-inch snowstorm.

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Failed Doomsday Prediction Leaves Followers In A Quandary

This story boggles the mind.  People quit their jobs, quit school, gave thousands of dollars to Harold Camping to spread the message that the world would end on May 21, 2011.  Now, followers and former followers must put their lives back together –  find jobs, finish school and start over again.  Harold is baffled as well (say it ain’t so Joe).  What should be done about the millions of dollars collected from followers?

Read the entire story from the Huffington Post here: