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20 Nov 2015
White Juan (2004) was the most intense blizzard to hit Atlantic Canada in every category. 93cm of snow (37in) fell in a day and a half in Halifax. Winds gusted to hurricane force, hitting the same areas devastated by category 2 Hurricane Juan only 5 months before. I'm looking for a HQ satellite image of this storm for a Christmas present I need it over 3000x3000. Does anyone know of any resources?

28 Aug 2013
03:15 UTC image:

updating image:

GFS phase diagram:

Recent Ascat pass showing SE quadrant:

3 Jun 2013

Our once loved model site has turned to the economic dark side...

Anyone have a similar website for the ECMWF model? I'm using instantweathermaps right now.
4 Sep 2012
Firstly, credit goes to hckyplayer8 for the idea. I thought I'd make this thread now for the fun, I'm not sure if you planned on making one.

Guess the:

-Maximum intensity (mb and maximum sustained winds) (5 points)
-Landfall location/closest approach to continental NA (10 points)
-Maximum winds affecting land in continental NA (3 points)
-Effects on Bermuda (3 points)

Bonus points for getting your forecast in early!

After Leslie recurves OTS (presumably in 8-10 days), I'll list every poster in the Original Post, and grade them. Winner gets bragging rights!

My guess:

-Max intensity 948 mb, 100KT
-Closest approach: 60 miles from SW nova scotia
-Recorded winds 55 KT
-Bermuda will be hit by the eastern eyewall of Leslie as a cat 2
5 Jul 2012
Why are these two images so different, yet are from the same source?

Notice the large anomaly differences in several regions, such parts of the the north atlantic.

Might be the wrong section, and feel free to remove this when it gets discussed enough wink.gif

edit: also in the 2nd image, there is a large pool of -3C anomalies off the NW coast of Spain, which aren't present in the first image.
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