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ers-wxman1

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  1. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    Charlottesville gets into advisory level 3-5 locally to 6, EZF 1-2 locally to 3. Then sharp cutoff. Light precip echoes with flurries into DC and to NOVA best case snow setup. North of there...could even see thinning cirrus over the M/D line
  2. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    That’s broad. Dusting or greater is like saying 0.5 to 4 feet
  3. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    Line of what? Smoking cirrus, dense cirrus, flurries, or accumulating snow?
  4. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    Lol the Euro? For what. Writing has been on the wall since Thursday night. This is over. I’ve seen 100 posts on here all day about northward trends it’s not happening! Let it go. Euro will show nothing more than a sharp cutoff south. Simple!
  5. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    Standing firm.
  6. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    Could care less what their discussion says. It’s not happening for the immediate D.C. metro to NOVA. You can hook a fire hose up to Ocean City and send it into an imaginary Trowal, still not happening.
  7. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

  8. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    Sure. Where you live it’ll snow, not up north.
  9. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    This isn’t happening. Everything on the northern edge in this airmass will dry up. Suppression is locked in. This is a rare setup where southern VA, NC, northern SC, and the Appalachians get major impacts in early December. Can’t bank on the northern shifts which really are not northern shifts. You are seeing the uncertainty between the southern extent and northern extent of the simulated model precip from run to run. The track and strength of the low itself is locked in. It’s not favorable to our region and will not change. You can will this northern edge all you want, best case scenario in D.C. and the immediate metro to NOVA is flurries. Areas south toward the southern extent of LWX CWA will see accumulating snow and impacts. Areas north will watch their southern neighbors get snow. The meteorology is simply not there for the majority of our area and you cannot force light lifting mechanisms into a suppressed dry airmass and get meaningful snow.
  10. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    Model trends are great for my area. Thicker cirrus means I can put away the SPF tomorrow.
  11. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    Pretty much a done deal. Southern VA to NC storm. It’s a lock. Don’t see this coming north at all, just too many factors working against it.
  12. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    00z suite will be the one to watch. Give it one more round before definitive.
  13. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    Suppression city.
  14. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    12z NAM out to the end of its run looks suppressed over central and southern VA. Plenty of confluence to the north. Doesn’t look like it would come further north on meaningful snow.
  15. ers-wxman1

    December 9/10 Storm

    I won’t back down until there are no ensemble members left with a full impact to our region. That kind of confidence likely won’t happen until Friday.
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