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osfan24

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  1. osfan24

    December Medium/Long Range Discussion

    No doubt bad luck played a role (that storm hits and we are talking 2009-2010 again), but that's all part of the game.
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    December Medium/Long Range Discussion

    It's not a disaster because it's December, but it IS disappointing to have temps so much colder than average in the wettest year ever and have nothing to show for it, especially when there was a lot of hype in November about the early December pattern.
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    December 9/10 Storm

    That's crazy. January 25, 2000 is the last time I can remember getting hit by a big surprise snowstorm. There's been some smaller to moderate events but nothing that big. What a great surprise!
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    December 9/10 Storm

    Not all that worried, though hate wasting opportunities. More just in awe of how a storm, especially this early in the year, loaded with moisture doesn't want to climb at all.
  5. osfan24

    December 9/10 Storm

    Amazing watching that huge slug of moisture look like it's already hitting a brick wall across the south.
  6. osfan24

    December 9/10 Storm

    Wow, it would not take much over the next 24 hours to put Nova and even DC into some good snow. Still probably not much north of that, but maybe some flakes or light snow.
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    December 9/10 Storm

    PSU nailed this. We had those few days where the heaviest axis shifted south instead of staying put, and now the expected north trend isn't likely to be enough to put us in the game. DC and south it could make a difference though, in some cases a big difference. Hope it pans out for all of you.
  8. osfan24

    December 9/10 Storm

    I give all of you credit for still analyzing the storm. If it were still Wednesday, I'd have a little hope.
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    December 9/10 Storm

    Not the same kind of storm or setup, but this reminds me of the one last year that was starting way down in like Miami and we tried to will west. In the end, it did keep trending a little more west and I think it slammed coastal areas but we got nada. This feels similar. Continues small ticks north, but only just enough to bring in the cirrus.
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    December 9/10 Storm

    The GFS snowfall map also has more of a east-west orientation than more southwest-northeast, which I think just shows how much the confluence is really pressing down. Not a good sign.
  11. osfan24

    December 9/10 Storm

    Maybe a suggestion that people in Southern VA don't talk about how great things look in a forum dominated by people living between DC and MD-DE line when a model run doesn't even get precip into any part of MD. I don't remember this being an issue in previous years but it's been ridiculous with this storm. I'll see a post about how great the run looks and then go and look for myself and wonder what people are looking at.
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    December 9/10 Storm

    It is ironic how we thought that area to our north was so problematic a few days ago, but had we just kept that look combined with the other improvements, we would have been in solid shape.
  13. osfan24

    December 9/10 Storm

    Man, what's going on to our northeast is a disaster that just keeps getting worse and worse.
  14. osfan24

    December 9/10 Storm

    It's inching north, but at this rate, it would take until December 15th for it to get any good stuff up to us. We don't have that much time.
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    December 9/10 Storm

    Yeah storms this early in the year seem to always want to push north. Crazy this one is going to stay so far south. The good news is it's December 6 and the pattern looks loaded for the winter.
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