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jbenedet

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    Dover, New Hampshire
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    Academic Interests: Meteorology, Astronomy, Physics, Economics, Finance

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  1. February is upon us - pattern change is in order

    18z GEFS is pretty sweet for Sunday. Pops a coastal east of the cape 6z Monday. CNE on north never warm sectors.
  2. February is upon us - pattern change is in order

    At H5, check out that rack at hr 214 on the 12z euro. Boobies ftw.
  3. February is upon us - pattern change is in order

    She’s coming... 12z euro looks like the southern third of this map would finish up with a good deal of ice verbatim...
  4. The Revs quick Flip Frozen Freakshow

    Yea, no doubt, tough for SNE. I'm still keeping a close eye on trends for North of Pike area for icing potential. Def not sold on it, but it's a toss up in my book. My expectation is the CAD is going to be really impressive overnight Saturday into Sunday with the way this is trending on guidance with those sub zero temps starting to pop up in ME. -AO/-NAO at go time should really help to push that deep low level cold in SE Canada into our area.
  5. The Revs quick Flip Frozen Freakshow

    Now let's get Sunday to work-out like-wise. That's worth a double-atta boy!
  6. The Revs quick Flip Frozen Freakshow

    It was a good call but you were in good company, if I don't say so myself.
  7. February is upon us - pattern change is in order

    Now down to -2 F in Northern Maine 12z Sunday per 12z Nam. We're going to get this Plains stemwinder to pop a coastal...
  8. The Revs quick Flip Frozen Freakshow

    I agree. All things considered a high temp anywhere in NE near 60 would be quite the victory for you and MOS, considering this latest nam guidance-- have to get to Northern Virginiia before you can find the 60's
  9. The Revs quick Flip Frozen Freakshow

    Say wha? Did Kev hack your account?
  10. The Revs quick Flip Frozen Freakshow

    Good points. I'm surprised to see MOS so high for that location. I'd be on the downslope bandwagon if it wasn't for the combination of factors working against it - a.)significant cloud potential b.) NW winds appear relatively light, and speeds don't increase until later in the day when the wind direction changes to more northerly/northeasterly c.) Trending on short term guidance has been colder at the 850 mb level. d.) Feb sun is certainly stronger - but it is enough? Late March and into April I'd def agree...Surfaces are also colder in Feb, in general...Takes more ISR for same effect... It will certainly be interesting to see if we can downslope our way to a nice day in between disturbances, bc in my view the setup seems marginal at best...We'll see...
  11. The Revs quick Flip Frozen Freakshow

    Yea and guidance was pretty clear with high temps being in the am, and dropping throughout the day...
  12. The Revs quick Flip Frozen Freakshow

    Hmmm 60 on Sat? Where...?
  13. February is upon us - pattern change is in order

    Sunday is at a minimum a NNE winter storm. All guidance ticking colder. Latest GEFS and EPS has all of NNE in the game ... Euro/EPS finally has a -NAO look to it. GEFS still coming around to it...
  14. Awesome. I still don’t think that does it enough justice considering the dews in the mid to upper 50’s. If we had dews in the 30’s —widespread low 80’s for highs?! Crazy. We got close to 90 in early April last year, but that was also with desert-like TD’s...
  15. On a fair weather day, my current Td is 21F higher than my average high temperature for this date. Nuts.
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