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NorEaster07
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You guys thinking Weak La Nina for Spring?

https://twitter.com/BenNollWeather/status/955381942991568903

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NorEaster07
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2:40-6:40am loop... Thunderstorm warning at the NC/VA border. Didn't they just have a snowstorm last week? Mesoscale discussion for Northern Maine for heavy snow

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NorEaster07
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List of reports from the 2 NWS Offices
https://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?si...amp;product=PNS

https://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?si...amp;product=PNS

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Snow totals for yesterday just from the Airport NWS Climo sites..
Source:
There's 2 Minneapolis sites that measure official snowfall.

Incredible gradient!

Minneapolis-St. Paul: 12.4"
NWS Minneapolis/Chanhassen: 11.0"
Rochester: 8.0"
St. Cloud: 0.0" !

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NorEaster07
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Here's NYC temps this month so far...

http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/sites/plo...network=NY_ASOS

Normal max is 39°. Normal low is upper 20s now.
The min temp past 4 days has been where the normal max is.
Whole different feel past 2 weeks.

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NorEaster07
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QUOTE(ohiobuckeye45 @ Jan 22 2018, 09:54 AM) *
going cold turkey from 2-3 storms/bitter cold a week to 2 weeks of torch is a little culture shock haha. I'm ready to start tracking again already


QUOTE(Mike W IN herkimer @ Jan 23 2018, 03:42 AM) *
Looks about another 10 days or so of mostly above avg temps, before we start a downward trend the 1st week of feb, according to the eps..


Yup.. and upcoming went from ups and downs between cold and warm to ups and downs between above normal and normal now.

I would be surprised if we went back to the pattern we had Dec 25-Jan 08. Consistent wise. Natural to get a quick blast but not sustained and well below like that. We'll soon see I guess. 1 month left "for meteo winter"

Euro00z for NYC.

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NorEaster07
Posted on: Yesterday, 05:58 PM


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From 2 hours ago.

https://twitter.com/ian_leonard/status/955551248283000832

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NorEaster07
Posted on: Yesterday, 05:56 PM


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4 inches in 2 hours. #Whiteout.

https://twitter.com/CodyMatzFox9/status/955571315506900993

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From an hour ago..

https://twitter.com/MPRweather/status/955561419923181569

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NorEaster07
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Radar loop last 4hrs.

12:30-4:30pmCST.

Looks like its starting to dry out but still a band left that could drop another 1-3" in the metro area.

Look at that rotation as the backside snows enter Missouri now. Good stuff.

Seeing 8-12"+ reports in southern MN

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Loop last 4 hrs. 5:40am-9:40amCST


I'm seeing 6-12" snowfall total reports from Eastern Nebraska

Folks north of Twin Cities are like "what snow?". lol Sharp back edge

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NorEaster07
Posted on: Jan 21 2018, 08:39 AM


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I usually do most snowfall or largest departures... How about this...

Here's a look at the Top 30 largest % departure from normal across the U.S

Alma, Georgia normal snowfall to date is 0.1" and they have 3.0" for the season. 2900% above normal.

Birmingham Alabama is 700% above normal.

Atlantic City is 278% above normal.

Raleigh is 192% above normal.

Erie is 145% above normal.

NYC is 88% above normal.

5 Georgia sites on there.

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Keep in mind that some sites don't report the normal snowfall in the CLI reports so they aren't on the list. However they might not be above 85% so they would miss the Top 20 list anyway..

For instance Springfield, MO with 4.5" but nothing reported under normal. Seattle with 3".

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NorEaster07
Posted on: Jan 21 2018, 07:28 AM


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So yesterday it was upper 40s here. I asked myself why did it feel different from when it was in the 50s on Jan 12th-13th?

The Answer:::: SUN


It's been a long time since I had sun and 40s so it felt different.


3 Maps of the max temps yesterday

ObsMaps

Upper 50s for Southern NJ


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Min and Max Temps yesterday


28° to 47° at Hartford


26° to 63° in DC! 37 degree range

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U.S Look. 80s Northern Texas and Oklahoma panhandle. Didn't it just snow there few days ago??

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NorEaster07
Posted on: Jan 21 2018, 07:25 AM


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QUOTE(MaineJay @ Jan 21 2018, 12:23 AM) *
He really likes 2014, as it constitutes 20% of his analogs.

Here is the same years using 1951-2010 baseline, personally, I think you should have the baseline cover the analog range.

[attachment=344258:cd2604_6....14.prcp.png]

And equal weighting each year.
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Edit: replotted to match his scale


Looks like in each analog the SER makes an appearance? On average doesn't the SER make an appearance come February anyway? maybe more so in March?

Also.. I never understood why or how we use the same year multiple times in an analog. If 2014 is an analog why can't it just be used once?
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NorEaster07
Posted on: Jan 20 2018, 10:18 PM


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QUOTE(Solstice @ Jan 20 2018, 09:16 PM) *
Y'all bunch of quitters! I for one would love more cold. laugh.gif


Lol. I wouldnt mind much more snow but pretty much done with the single digits and teens. Never thought I'd be using age as my excuse. Lol.

Uncle Larry says this..

https://twitter.com/LarryCosgrove/status/954911930208043009

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NorEaster07
Posted on: Jan 20 2018, 09:06 PM


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QUOTE(MotownWX @ Jan 20 2018, 08:57 PM) *
Reading his tweet and the tweeted responses underneath it, I'm again fully aware of how out of step I am with the rest of the meteorology-fan world.

I loved today IMBY - sunny, 45, broke out the spring jacket - and I'm looking forward to a couple weeks' breather before that ol' reliable Eastern US trough barrels back in.

Maybe it's my middle age bones, or that I have kids now, or I'm more sensitive to heating bills, or my commute on pot-holed highways haven't been the greatest... But constant sub-zero wind chills and snows would just wear me right down. 2013-14 and 2014-15 almost drove me batty with its relentlessness.

So, my apologies gents, but this 2-3 weeks of "normal" to "kinda above normal" temps is a nice break for me and the fam.


My brother in law lives near Buffalo and he doesn't mind winters there, but today he told me he had enough. I think the first half of winter has been long enough for many folks, so you're not alone. I too dont mind the breaks or normalcy.

Coldest Dec 1 - Jan 20 in Buffalo since 1996.
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NorEaster07
Posted on: Jan 20 2018, 08:26 PM


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I remember last time so many links didnt work I believe the discussion ones too. So far they still work.

Here's a message from NWS Raleigh in case anyone is curious..

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NorEaster07
Posted on: Jan 20 2018, 07:40 PM


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Northern Plains or Mid West should do ok.

https://twitter.com/MikeTFox5/status/954875003887149056

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Posted on: Jan 20 2018, 07:24 AM


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GFS6z for Hartford. No snowstorms next 14 days. 3 Rain chances. 1 might see some backside snow but not a "storm". Up & Down temps.

CODE
GFS 0.5 Degree FORECAST FOR: HFD    LAT=  41.73 LON=  -72.65 ELE=    16

                                            06Z JAN20   * - APPROXIMATED
                 2 M     850     SFC     SFC     700    6 HR     500    1000
                 TMP     TMP     PRS     RHU     RHU     QPF     HGT     500
                 (C)     (C)    (MB)    (PCT)   (PCT)   (IN)    (DM)     THK
SAT 06Z 20-JAN   0.0     4.1    1012      78      52             557     548    
SAT 12Z 20-JAN   0.9     8.0    1010      71      32    0.00     559     551    
SAT 18Z 20-JAN   7.5     4.5    1010      59      36    0.00     559     552    
SUN 00Z 21-JAN   1.0     5.6    1014      91      48    0.00     561     549    
SUN 06Z 21-JAN  -0.6     4.7    1017      92      48    0.00     561     547    
SUN 12Z 21-JAN  -1.1     2.6    1021      91      50    0.00     562     546    
SUN 18Z 21-JAN   6.0     0.5    1021      67      51    0.00     563     547    
MON 00Z 22-JAN   0.1    -1.2    1023      91      13    0.00     566     547    
MON 06Z 22-JAN  -0.5    -1.0    1023      93      36    0.00     565     547    
MON 12Z 22-JAN   1.1     1.5    1023      96      78    0.00     566     547    
MON 18Z 22-JAN   4.1     3.1    1022      94      95    0.02     565     547    
TUE 00Z 23-JAN   3.0     3.8    1022      99      99    0.05     565     547    
TUE 06Z 23-JAN   4.1     3.2    1018      99      99    0.04     561     546    
TUE 12Z 23-JAN   8.8     5.0    1010      94      79    0.04     557     550    
TUE 18Z 23-JAN   8.8     3.7    1002      93      34    1.12     548     547    
WED 00Z 24-JAN   4.9    -2.5    1005      83      58    0.01     540     536    
WED 06Z 24-JAN   2.3    -4.5    1006      80      70    0.00     537     532    
WED 12Z 24-JAN   0.2    -7.4    1009      78      78    0.00     537     529    
WED 18Z 24-JAN   2.2   -10.7    1012      55       6    0.00     540     530    
THU 00Z 25-JAN  -3.1   -12.9    1018      64      12    0.00     538     524    
THU 06Z 25-JAN  -5.3   -13.0    1021      58      17    0.00     535     518    
THU 12Z 25-JAN  -7.0   -14.7    1025      45       9    0.00     534     515    
THU 18Z 25-JAN  -3.3   -16.6    1026      28      16    0.00     534     513    
FRI 00Z 26-JAN  -6.6   -14.8    1031      35      17    0.00     536     512    
FRI 06Z 26-JAN  -8.1   -12.8    1034      40      30    0.00     545     518    
FRI 12Z 26-JAN  -8.6    -9.6    1037      46      20    0.00     553     524    
FRI 18Z 26-JAN   0.3    -5.2    1035      29      87    0.00     558     530    
SAT 00Z 27-JAN  -1.9    -0.5    1034      52      52    0.00     563     537    
SAT 06Z 27-JAN  -1.3     0.8    1033      62      39    0.00     568     541    
SAT 12Z 27-JAN  -2.3     2.4    1034      75      18    0.00     572     545    
SAT 18Z 27-JAN   6.8     3.7    1032      49       3    0.00     573     547    
SUN 00Z 28-JAN   0.4     5.6    1032      77      12    0.00     573     547    
SUN 06Z 28-JAN   1.9     4.1    1030      96      63    0.00     573     549    
SUN 12Z 28-JAN   4.0     2.6    1027      97      55    0.00     573     551    
SUN 18Z 28-JAN  12.1     4.0    1022      79      63    0.00     571     553    
MON 00Z 29-JAN  11.1     5.5    1018      93      99    0.07     569     554    
MON 06Z 29-JAN  12.5     7.8    1010      93      97    0.43     567     558    
MON 12Z 29-JAN  12.6     9.4    1005      93      99    0.42     562     558    
MON 18Z 29-JAN   4.4     1.2    1008      85      99    0.19     557     550    
TUE 00Z 30-JAN   0.7    -7.9    1014      76       7    0.03     550     539    
TUE 06Z 30-JAN  -1.6   -11.9    1017      68       7    0.00     542     528    
TUE 18Z 30-JAN  -1.8   -16.6    1029      35       6    0.00     543     520    
WED 06Z 31-JAN  -6.1    -8.7    1041      41       9    0.00     563     532    
WED 18Z 31-JAN   0.0    -5.4    1041      23      38    0.00     569     537    
THU 06Z 01-FEB  -3.3    -2.2    1037      83      16    0.00     567     539    
THU 18Z 01-FEB   5.9    -3.6    1031      62       5    0.00     563     538    
FRI 06Z 02-FEB  -1.2    -1.0    1029      88      11    0.00     563     540    
FRI 18Z 02-FEB   4.4     0.5    1024      91      48    0.03     560     540    
SAT 06Z 03-FEB   4.5     3.4    1017      98      78    0.04     559     545    
SAT 18Z 03-FEB  10.2     5.8    1003      95      97    0.55     552     549    
SUN 06Z 04-FEB   1.9    -7.5     998      71      57    0.57     528     528    
SUN 18Z 04-FEB   1.3   -10.5    1012      40       9    0.00     534     524    
MON 06Z 05-FEB  -4.1    -9.3    1021      45      44    0.00     540     524


This weekend...

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Early this week

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NorEaster07
Posted on: Jan 20 2018, 07:16 AM


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Short and Sweet Discos..

Des Moines

QUOTE
National Weather Service Des Moines IA
540 AM CST Sat Jan 20 2018

Lee side surface cyclone over eastern Colorado will continue to
organize today. Gulf moisture will continue to lift north as
moisture lifts north on the west side of a large high pressure
system situated over the southeast CONUS. This moisture is well
represented by low clouds and fog over much of eastern Oklahoma and
eastern Texas. .


Twin Cities

QUOTE
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
537 AM CST Sat Jan 20 2018

The upper level trough that will eventually generate a surface
cyclone to the east of the Rockies is currently just reaching the
coast of California as of early this morning.

The winter storm potential for Sunday night-Monday night remains on
track. We still expect a swath of 6-10" of snow with localized amounts
reaching 12" in the heart of the winter storm watch area. Confidence
continues to increase that the placement of the heaviest snow will
be from the southwest corner of the state, through the Mankato area
and toward the Menomonie, WI area. This track keeps the heaviest
totals just south/east of the Twin Cities.

The actual QPF output from the guidance is impressive, with much of
the precip falling during the day Monday. The NAM and the CMC have
close 1.75"-2.2" of QPF with this system, while the EC, GFS, and
GEFS show a more reasonable 1.0"-1.3" storm total QPF. We went on
the conservative side with storm total snow given the system is just
now reaching the California coast and there is still
uncertainty/differences in the solutions.
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NorEaster07
Posted on: Jan 20 2018, 07:13 AM


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Accuweather Snowfall total forecast

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https://twitter.com/JonathanBelles/status/954516324214026240

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QUOTE(jdrenken @ Jan 19 2018, 08:51 PM) *
Wrong thread?


*bleep*. Was on phone.. let me post in right thread. Lol.
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NorEaster07
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https://twitter.com/JonathanBelles/status/954516324214026240

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QUOTE(RobB @ Jan 19 2018, 03:55 PM) *
Thanks for the link. It was a nice read.


When I read "“So far this season, the Hurricane Hunters have flown two winter storm missions, one today and the other Jan. 3".. I was like TODAY?

I was about to check the latest models which I haven't done since yesterday but decided to see the date of the article. Jan 14th. lol Phew. Thought I was missing a big storm coming up. laugh.gif

QUOTE(adurb44 @ Jan 19 2018, 04:17 PM) *
Where can these be found?


See Rob's answer

QUOTE(adurb44 @ Jan 19 2018, 04:17 PM) *
If we're going to have a thaw I'll certainly take a dry one. A rainy thaw period is perhaps the worst possible outcome in winter. Enjoying the outdoors becomes nearly impossible.


I agree with that! Aside from the mud aspect.. Rain in winter is pointless around here, however.... good for crops even though ground is frozen...the ground isn't drying out. So there's some benefit to the rains for some folks (like me) that don't have a snowpack..

QUOTE(cary67 @ Jan 19 2018, 05:34 PM) *
I thought the Euro weeklies have verified very poorly alot of this winter.


Can't tell you. Haven't followed the verification of them or any models to be honest. Rely on others in here to update. smile.gif
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Cool read.

http://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Art...-winter-storms/

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Euro12z says for here.. No snow next 10 days at least. 2 rain chances. Up & Down temps

CODE
ECMWF Deterministic FORECAST FOR: DXR    LAT=  41.37 LON=  -73.48 ELE=   456

                                            12Z JAN19
                 2 M     850     SFC     SFC     700    6 HR     500    1000
                 TMP     TMP     PRS     RHU     RHU     QPF     HGT     500
                 (C)     (C)    (MB)    (PCT)   (PCT)   (IN)    (DM)     THK
FRI 12Z 19-JAN  -7.4    -0.7    1018      73      43    0.00     550     536    
FRI 18Z 19-JAN   0.9    -0.8    1015      49      29    0.00     552     540    
SAT 00Z 20-JAN  -1.5     1.5    1015      66      23    0.00     557     545    
SAT 06Z 20-JAN  -1.9     5.3    1013      70      44    0.00     559     549    
SAT 12Z 20-JAN  -1.2     8.8    1011      72      28    0.00     561     553    
SAT 18Z 20-JAN   6.9     7.2    1009      47      27    0.00     561     554    
SUN 00Z 21-JAN   3.0     6.7    1014      68      41    0.00     563     551    
SUN 06Z 21-JAN  -0.5     6.1    1017      87      45    0.00     563     550    
SUN 12Z 21-JAN  -2.6     2.5    1020      90      40    0.00     564     548    
SUN 18Z 21-JAN   6.4     0.3    1018      56      16    0.00     564     549    
MON 00Z 22-JAN   1.0    -0.2    1020      83      23    0.00     566     550    
MON 06Z 22-JAN   0.9     0.9    1020      87      27    0.01     566     550    
MON 12Z 22-JAN   1.2     1.8    1021      91      28    0.04     566     549    
MON 18Z 22-JAN   5.6     3.0    1021      80      52    0.00     566     549    
TUE 00Z 23-JAN   2.6     4.0    1022      98      94    0.04     565     547    
TUE 06Z 23-JAN   2.5     4.3    1019      97      96    0.02     561     546    
TUE 12Z 23-JAN   5.0     5.8    1012      99      95    0.06     560     550    
TUE 18Z 23-JAN  10.1     8.4    1001      99      87    0.57     553     552    
WED 00Z 24-JAN   6.0     1.4    1001      91      96    0.16     541     540    
WED 06Z 24-JAN   1.6    -4.5    1004      76      52    0.00     533     530    
WED 12Z 24-JAN  -0.2    -6.0    1008      80      44    0.00     539     533    
WED 18Z 24-JAN   3.2    -8.9    1009      51      50    0.00     539     532    
THU 00Z 25-JAN  -0.7   -10.5    1014      58      13    0.00     541     530    
THU 06Z 25-JAN  -2.7   -11.7    1017      61      14    0.00     535     522    
THU 12Z 25-JAN  -3.1   -12.4    1020      60      61    0.00     533     517    
THU 18Z 25-JAN   0.1   -12.9    1023      39      62    0.00     536     518    
FRI 00Z 26-JAN  -3.2    -9.4    1029      54      24    0.00     544     522    
FRI 06Z 26-JAN  -6.0    -8.3    1032      66      18    0.00     550     526    
FRI 12Z 26-JAN  -6.5    -5.3    1034      68      87    0.00     556     530    
FRI 18Z 26-JAN   3.4    -3.2    1032      40      40    0.00     561     535    
SAT 00Z 27-JAN  -1.8     0.6    1033      78      47    0.00     567     541    
SAT 06Z 27-JAN  -1.7     2.4    1031      90      32    0.00     569     544    
SAT 12Z 27-JAN  -1.7     5.8    1031      87      14    0.00     569     545    
SAT 18Z 27-JAN   7.4     4.9    1029      72      67    0.00     571     548    
SUN 00Z 28-JAN   6.8     3.3    1027      86      45    0.00     572     551    
SUN 06Z 28-JAN   6.7     3.8    1024      98      98    0.02     570     550    
SUN 12Z 28-JAN   8.9     6.2    1021      99      98    0.02     570     553    
SUN 18Z 28-JAN  10.9     8.3    1016      99      99    0.14     570     557    
MON 00Z 29-JAN  11.0     8.9    1012      99      93    0.41     569     559    
MON 06Z 29-JAN  10.9    11.0    1009     100      93    0.08     567     560    
MON 12Z 29-JAN  10.7     8.6    1010     100      82    0.03     565     557
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