I got more snow then it was calling for. But then I am 600' about Boardman looking down on the town and river. So I get some of the river effect snow, when the wind is blowing for the North. With 9" of snow on the ground and the river, when the sun comes out we start getting a lot of fog until about 1 or 2 P.M.
Same here, I have to use Georgetown, which is a lower elevation, and 10 miles to the West of us, but it's closer than anyone else.
We're generally much colder than they forecast and more snow too, and a Hell of a lot more precip than they get.
But I simply subtract 5 to 7 degrees and have a pretty good idea of what's coming, at least their timing is pretty close to when precip arrives.