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  1. It's a brush because of how compact the storm Is. Would a small system be pausible in this setup? Most guidance shows a large storm system?
  2. Feedback issues for what?
  3. Euro has the storm but it slides south. It's looks to just brush SE areas. It's really close tho def something to keep an eye on.
  4. Cape is 35" on avg I think so anything else is gravy for us. We could be done for the winter but I think we get one more event probably a smaller size one in early March. Edit: Hyannis avg is actually 28.9 it's 35 more toward wareham and Plymouth
  5. I'm in Dennis.....don't have an exact tally but we are minimum at 35" on the year so far with two storms around a foot and then three at 4-6"
  6. Nam kisses CHH with 1.00 to 1.25 QpF
  7. GEFS looks good this far out
  8. The cape doesn't have enough space to be recognized by the pixels so it just ends there
  9. They are on the right front quad i wouldn't call it a miss at all. The western part of the island is in the eyewall and the rest of the island is in the worst zone for surge
  10. Wow!! That is gorgeous structure what a moisture feed
  11. Wasn't the NAM one of the first models to start the westward shift with the AnaFront? Correct me if I'm wrong. The other models caught on and ended up closer to the actual outcome
  12. GFS coming up. After the nam I'm curious what the GFS has to show. Curveball incoming maybe?
  13. I'm pretty excited for the next week. we've seen a lot of chaos in the models this winter and i expect that to continue. so many moving parts involved in the storm setups this winter. the one constant that we have seen is a very late northwestward shift this year. it doesn't mean it will continue but its something to watch.