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20 Dec 2014
The Euro is looking more positive on this one...not sure what the amounts are looking like, and the track has changed a lot, but maybe worth watching on its own rather than getting caught up in the cloud of negativity that is the Christmas storm! (all caveats about being OP output apply smile.gif ):
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By Contrast the GFS (I know) has a more westerly track:

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12 Feb 2014
Yesterday this was supposed to be dumping 25 cms of snow across southern Ontario, today it's 15mm rain, either way something has been in the models for a few days now, so should be worth tracking.Attached File  image.jpg ( 170.33K ) Number of downloads: 2
28 Jan 2014
Been in the Euro for a few days, and the GFS now falling in line:

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11 Dec 2013
While the weekend storm is grabbing our attention at the moment, the totals from the series of smaller lows coming through next week are not to be sniffed at (GFS totals...can't paste the image at the moment) especially on the 18th. Many areas could see 20cms or more in combined snowfall from these on top of whatever the storm yields, and given the continual cold, it could give a good base for Christmas.
19 Nov 2013
Time to start this as it is looking very consistent in the predictions now. Of course the exact locations and amounts are still uncertain, and I look forward to the usual excellent predictions from our forum lake effect experts. Likely will be to the East of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, with the possibility of significant accumulations given the potential duration of this event (24-36 hours).
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