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  1. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    This one is a little different. Before it was usually the FV3 showing a storm past 7 days. This time both the Euro and GFS both were showing a storm and a big hit for NC yesterday. Those two haven't been on the same page since the December storm. But I guess it really doesn't matter, because unless it's inside 5 days now it's just fantasy.
  2. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    EPS is really down here, too. Only 2 or 3 panels showing any snow.
  3. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Euro has rain here with the first wave, and out to sea with the second wave. Crazy how different things are just 24 hours later. It's really maddening.
  4. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    The GEFS mean still gives me hope.
  5. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Still a wide spread with the GEFS. Looks like for me 8 have no precip at all, 6 have rain, and 6 have something frozen.
  6. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Shocker.
  7. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Yeah, I know with the December storm it really wasn't until 72 hours out that it looked good again for parts of NC.
  8. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    The sad thing is that is the first time really since the December storm that we have seen the models actually agree on a storm and be consistent with the outcome for a whole day. I really thought we were onto something with the Euro jumping on board. I think with the December storm we were worried about the models going north with some runs, but then they came back a little further south to give us that big hit. I think I am recalling that north shift and then back south correctly. If so, maybe we can get that to happen again with this threat.
  9. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    GFS goes from 6 to 8 inches for parts of NC yesterday to a dusting to maybe an inch today.
  10. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Funny how things can change in 24 hours. Yesterday, things looked great because the GFS showed a big hit for NC, and then the Euro came on board. yesterday was the first time they both showed a good storm for NC. Then things started going the other way with the runs last night. I guess there is time for it to come back around, but now it looks the models are showing less and less of a hit with the runs since last night.
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    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

  12. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    This threat is really starting to evolve nicely. Great to see the Euro with a big hit for NC now. We are seeing strong signals for a storm on all the models now. And we have not had this much agreement and consistency for a threat this far out since the early December storm. This is legit.
  13. Brick Tamland

    2019 Banter Thread

    I liked the version before the current one a lot better.
  14. Brick Tamland

    2019 Banter Thread

    I would love to see Matthew East at WRAL. As far as Fishel resigning, it really is bizarre. He was gone for about a month this same time last year, and they said it was a medical leave. This sounds really bad, and whatever is going on interfered with his job. I wonder if it is alcohol or drug related. Whatever it is, I hope he gets the help he needs and gets better. This is just a tremendous loss for WRAL and weather geeks in the Triangle area. I grew up watching Fishel, and he was a big reason why I became so interested in the weather.
  15. Brick Tamland

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Good thing that December storm was a good one here. Otherwise, I'd be totally blanked for this winter. And it seems once again we had a big storm here and then nothing at all afterwards. It's been that way since 2000. We either have nothing, a couple of decent storms, or one big storm and then nothing at all afterwards. I should have known that was it once we got the big one in December. Oh, and the FV3 was the best for the December storm, but it has been awful the past month in showing fantasy storms in the 7 to 10 day period that never happen. I guess we have severe weather to look forward to now. Hopefully, the models will be better with the severe chances than they were with winter storm chances.
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