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10 Dec 2017
Folks, we are in a very fast flow, amped flow, but rather fast flow so we have many northern stream systems coming through the flow, which one amps the flow and becomes a nor'easter, could be Friday through Saturday of this week/weekend time frame. Stay tuned!
23 Jan 2017
Models are starting to show a dynamic upper level trough that enters the Eastern Great Lakes, dives to the Mid Atlantic states and moves northeastward from there spawning an East Coast snowstorm. Right now the models are southeast of the region with snowfall, but the trends have been to sharpen the trough up more and more and then bring the storm closer to the coastline. New England is favored over Washington DC.
24 Nov 2016
We are entering a -NAO blocking regime with the polar vortex coming on our side of the globe over northern Canada, northeast of Alaska. A large dump of very cold air is ready to come on board with the models differing on timing of the cold push of arctic air into the Northeastern US. With ridging over Greenland, Davis Straits to Hudson Bay, Canada, a large trough will carve its way over the eastern US. New England should be in the deep freeze either on December 4th or December 6th. The 4th is EURO and 6th is GFS. The models are also showing troughing over the SW US. This energy spills over into the gradient pattern evolving over the eastern US with a large SE Ridge placed to the east, and a large trough trying to develop over the northeastern USA. Storm will develop from shortwave energy entering into this gradient pattern and could allow a SWFE to occur around the 6th of December and very cold air impacts the Eastern US after this storm passes, but fact remains right now this has potential to become a decent sized December snowstorm for the Northeastern US. Stay tuned!

254 hour GFS 18z run valid November 24th 2016.
7 Nov 2016
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23 Oct 2016
GFS and EURO show an arctic front and PV positioning itself over eastern Hudson Bay, Canada and depending upon the location this sets up will allow for a snowstorm or rainstorm for interior Northeast, or first snowfall for most of the region, there is a wealth of cold air as snow pack deepens in Eastern Canada, also teleconnections support a major dumpage of cold air into Northeastern US as a trough swings through the region. -AO/-NAO/+PNA all allow a trough over the eastern USA with snow possible if coastal low takes shape with cold air in place.
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