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29 Oct 2013
GFS has been showing this storm consistently on the past 4 runs but it is all over the place which is to be expected at this point. I have a wide range in dates at this point due to the models not being able to nail it down this far out. I am going to post the last four runs beginning with last night's (Monday night) 00z run up through todays 18z run. Let's just begin the storm "potential" discussion.

00z GFS
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06z GFS
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12z GFS
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18z GFS
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25 Feb 2013
I have been watching this over the past 24 hours and it has caught my attention along with every other storm that is 300+ hours out. The reason that I am especially intrigued with this is that it would be around the 20th anniversary of the '93 blizzard and temps are forecast to be below normal. I do not expect this storm to happen but thought that we could at least talk about the storms "potential". I am not even necessarily speaking snow here, but rather just a storm. Keep in mind that 12z had no storm. Here are some examples:

6z:
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00z:
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3 Jan 2013
I have been watching this one for the past couple days and want to see what people think about the potential. Here are a couple different scenarios that have come out already.

18z GFS from yesterday:
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0z GFS from last night:
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If I remember correctly, the 06z GFS lost it.
27 Nov 2012
Since we're doing long range storms, READY......SET......GO! laugh.gif
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19 Feb 2012
http://raleighwx.americanwx.com/models/gfs...2_county252.gif
http://raleighwx.americanwx.com/models/gfs...2_county264.gif
http://raleighwx.americanwx.com/models/gfs...2_county276.gif

Source was Huffmans Raleighwx of 12Z GFS. Looks promising on this run but I would like to see more models come into agreement with this over the next week. Euro should come into play tomorrow.
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Stac in Pa
Watch out Chris for ur local "Lake effects"! Snow up to ur curb, could possibly get up to the "BEARS" shoulder!
28 Nov 2009 - 14:24
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