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Ocean Effect Snow Potential on the 22nd and 23rd, Thanksgiving snows

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Parameters are in place for an outbreak of snow showers and snow squalls on Cape Cod, early Thanksgiving through Friday afternoon of this upcoming holiday week.  GFS forecasts -20C 850mb temps, coupled with +10C of ocean water temperatures equals a very unstable atmospheric profile, I will have to watch this potential closely as it is still about five days away.  But the potential exists at least for festive flurries on Thanksgiving day.  Stay tuned!

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Given that inversion heights are quite low on the GFS even, chances are flurries might be the only threat on Thanksgiving here in Harwich, MA and the rest of the outer Cape Cod area given dry air in place and the close proximity for a high-pressure center to near the area

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