Neblizzard

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  1. Yup. His La Niña obsession this winter failed.
  2. We have almost 40 inches for the winter where some people were calling for La Niña to torch our region. We won.
  3. Exactly. Usually in a typical La Niña the pattern flips late January into early February. The fact that it’s almost mid month and we’ve had 3 snowstorms just shows La Niña didn’t win the battle this year.
  4. The damage has been done. Over 28 inches of snow this month and the weeklies look good for the next 3-4 weeks.
  5. It’s far from a typical La Niña Pattern, despite what you say. Remember the big “failed call” from you in December? The GFS is gonna be right with that confluence. This isn’t coming north.. boy that worked out well
  6. It’s a west based -NAO which is helping the strong confluent flow over the northeast. In this instance a -PNA can help us by building a stronger SE ridge. This will become a squeeze play , the EPS and its members keep coming north but only so far north. I like where we are 5 1/2 days out.
  7. You said the same thing about the December storm. How the GFS couldn’t be wrong with the strength of the confluence up north. We know how that turned out. This has room to come north some especially if the SE ridge can expand a bit.
  8. Exactly. You don’t need a strong storm with the amount of moisture this storm will tap into. Having a massive high to the north will generate strong winds even without a very deep surface low
  9. Yes it’s much better than 6z. The high is stronger to the north and trends at H5 were a step in the right direction. I would take that run as a positive for the metro.
  10. The period from Christmas to New Years looks really good on the EPS. Robust PNA ridging coupled with an -AO/-NAO. Hardly La Niña like...