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3 Jan 2015
While Euro has been showing a whole lot of SHP for the EC...GFS has been advertising a minor interaction of northern & southern streams. EPO looks to go positive from where I'm standing for at least the middle part of January, so this may be the eastern CONUS's last chance for snow for several week. PNA looks to be on our side, so here's to hoping GFS (& maybe JD?) are onto something...
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21 Nov 2014
With the incoming warm surge of air and associated rain, thought it appropriate to open a thread on the thaw. Not sure if we can talk about the storm & the warmth in a single thread, but with temps looking to spike possibly into the lower 60s for areas hard hit by the lake effect monster, it's an event that warrants its own place for discussion.
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9 Nov 2014
Euro continues to show this surface storm eject out of the southern rockies on the 16th into the rio grande valley, taking a trip along the gulf coast over Georgia and up the east coast. Obviously still a loooong way to go until game time will just observe models for now.
As many have pointed out, there should be a strong baroclinic zone that sets up along the EC with cold air spilling southwards thanks to our strongly positive PNA and tanking EPO providing nice upstream support. Downstream may still be a bit of struggle to get the blocking the east coast needs. If not, points further west would probably be jackpot (if this thing does spawn).
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14 Aug 2014
Considering the anomalies are fairly high, thought it worth opening a thread on the cool spell we are under at the moment which really started yesterday. Temp here today struggled to get past 63F until the sun finally came out in force at 3pm and we finally pushed up into the upper 60s. 68F is currently the high temp and forecast lows tonight are progged at 46F. With the clearing that has occurred, wondering if we can best that. Will see.
14 Apr 2014
Both GFS & Euro show something of an omega buckle over the northern Rockies coupled with some GOM convection and possible surface development down over the nothern Gulf that may or may not lead something coming up the coast. Timing on GFS & Euro are much different with GFS not showing much STJ enhancement. Neither model really has anything exciting, but H5 looks interesting enough for a thread
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