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21 years old
South Windsor, CT
I am studying Music Production & Technology at the University of Hartford I follow weather on the side. Most of the time its winter weather but I occasionally follow hurricanes.
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2 Jan 2014
18 Dec 2012
The GFS has held onto a strong signal for a Miller A type storm in this timeframe for the past day and a half or so. I don't have time to post previous runs but here's a snapshot from tonights 0z run.
I genuinely believe this is the EC's first shot a decent winter storm this season, but this is heavily dependant on where the ULL sets up from the 25th-27th storm and how much cold air is forced down into the Lower 48. The GFS has been very consistent with this being the timeframe for a sustained and locked-in cold airmass for a majority of the country, but only time will tell.
Statistical note: I am also the only member of this forum to have opened a thread for an accumulating snow event this season (November 7th-9th) and I'm hoping to get lucky again.
29 Oct 2012
16 Feb 2012
Both the 18z and 0z runs of the GFS/NAM have a weak disturbance associated with the leftover northern stream energy from Canada moving across the Southern and Central New England and possibly the NYC area Saturday evening. Figured I'd open a thread on this considering the fact that the 19-20th event is likely to pass well to our south so we at least have something more interesting to talk about.
22 Dec 2011
Yesterdays 18z GFS:
This has the potential to be the only legit chance at accumulating snow for anyone from Richmond to Boston for a long time. Hopefully the models thread the needle on this one.
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