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4 Nov 2013
GFS and EURO models showing a mid level disturbance moving through the Great Lakes and Northeast days 7 through 8 allowing a breakout of snow to develop from the northern Great Lakes through the Northern New England region. A swath of 4-6" is possible from Green Bay, Wisconsin through Portland, ME. this is over the weekend next weekend, so travel won't be a major issue if you have too. Models still differ on location and strength of potent mid level disturbance so there are potential for changes to occur within the overall idea of this storm system, so stay tuned to updates.
3 Oct 2013
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19 Jun 2013
Wednesday June 26th represents a potential severe weather outbreak with potent upper level trough and cold frontal passage. Models disagree on timing issues.
12 Nov 2012
CPC NAO/AO/PNA/AAO indices
GFS ensembles show a storm in this period, it is late 15 days out, but the system in question impacts the flow across the US within three days time. The breakdown of the polar vortex over the Gulf of Alaska into two or three pieces of shortwave energy will determine our next major winter storm across the eastern US. Although this is in the extreme long range, there is enough model consensus within the GFS long range family of models to suggest that the PNA will soon become positive and the NAO/AO will become negative in this period. Individual ensemble members show a storm in this late period around hour 372 and beyond. THis could be a doozy of a storm for the Eastern US.
11 Nov 2012
18z GFS this evening shows a potential storm developing off of the NC coastline with a large 1030mb+ strength high pressure system to the north of the low pressure system. Potential exists for snow as there is cold air to the north over western New England and Canada present. However it will likely change to all rain as the large cutoff H5 low will bring in too much warm air aloft and at the surface as its position is too far southwest for snow lovers to dream. This is the pre Thanksgiving storm.
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