Revise those projections of the next snowstorm upward.
By a few inches perhaps.
The storm expected to start Monday afternoon or evening might leave as much as eight inches of snow, computer models are telling forecasters.
The good news: “It looks like much less accumulation” than the area got in the recent storms, said Ray Kruzdlo, service hydrologist with the National Weather Service in Mount Holly.
Although no accumulation numbers were in the official forecast, early this morning he estimated “4 inches or less,” for Philadelphia, its suburbs and South Jersey, with northern Pennsylvania, North Jersey and New York possibly getting more.