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14 Jan 2013
The past couple NAM/DGEX/SREF clusters have consistently hinted at the energy currently near the 4 corners region will become cut off and eject northeastwards across the southern plains. Given the cold air mass in place this system would be capable of producing significant snow and perhaps other p-types on it northeastward trek. None of the global models support this idea ... yet ...
12 Nov 2009
Despite how much i disagree with making a thread this far in advance the 00z gfs ensembles show considerable agreement on the formation of a storm during this time frame. At this time it is being shown to be quite similar to the upcoming 14-18 storm, in that it gets cut off from the flow and just kind of meanders around the midwest. Heres the 00z and 06z gfs ensemble means and click the link to show individual 00z ensemble images http://www.meteo.psu.edu/~gadomski/ENSPRS_0z/f228.html
20 Oct 2009
latest gfs, ecmwf, dgex all show a relatively weak and quick moving system moving through the area in the 25-27 time frame. the most significant thing about this storm is it will be moving through directly after the second phase of the current storm, if that makes sense. which means there should be cold air in place, depending on the track could drop a swath of 2-4 inches of snow across some areas in the MW/GL region
the more relevant frames from the 12z gfs
21 Feb 2008
started sleeting earlier this morning making all the roads covered .... now it is light freezing rain but the thing is it is only 18 degrees outside ... cant it just snow ?!?!?!
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