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4 Mar 2016
25 Feb 2016
This threat has been discussed in a few different threads but really should have its own dedicated thread. As presently modeled a low pressure area travels from the MidWest across the country between maybe 38N to 50N spreading snow north of the low for a large swath. While not an ECS it could still be significant for some.
18Z GFS (snowiest scenario to date)
4 Mar 2015
18 Dec 2014
A lot of talk about this storm in the Christmas Cutter thread so I figure we might as well make a separate thread for continuity's sake. The Euro day 9-10 is currently showing a cutter coming on the heels of the big storm that drives up the TN Valley straight up through New Hampshire. My rudimentary explanation of the debate here is going to be whether the blocking you now see on the GFS and Euro post Christmas storm can do enough to force this one to redevelop east. I personally like the chances on this one much better than 12/24-25. Have fun!
Blocking showing up on GFS
Euro at 192
Euro at 216
17 Mar 2014
Pretty much all guidance pointing to another cold shot with big negative departures after a too-brief warmup. There has been talk of this development in several other threads so I figure it would make sense to consolidate it here. This shot probably ensures another negative departure month for most of the area in this annoyingly cold winter. Whether this cold snap can help snow chances is a discussion for another thread. Pretty blue images below.
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