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  1. 1 minute ago, vastateofmind said:

    First, the SS....now this.

    I notice things. Not sure why that is, but I'm one of those people who doesn't have many an original idea, but I have a knack for observing and commenting.

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  2. 1 minute ago, Quasievil said:

    Funny thing is, it's similar to what the GFS showed on the 6Z run from the 20th. Bombed off the coast but didn't throw anything back into our area. https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/?model=gfs&region=eus&pkg=mslp_pcpn_frzn&runtime=2022012006&fh=222


    12z yesterday had a 957mb bomb about 60 miles off the southern Delmarva. Dropped 25"+ from central NC up through the Peninsula region and up into southern MD.

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  3. I popped into the SE forum to see if they've started a thread for the upcoming biblical Sou'easter and noticed that there's a long-time, but infrequent, poster named Jonah who is from Cumming, GA.


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  4. I got stuck overnight at Scott AFB about 15 years ago due to an overperforming snowstorm. I was supposed to fly out in the evening, but flights got cancelled. Had a few pleasant Jebwalks that evening while getting set up in executive quarters for the night...though it probably would have been a little more fun getting stuck in the city itself!

    And that's my St. Louis story.

  5. 3 minutes ago, stormtracker said:

    lol, compare 6z gfs and 12z and like hr 138 (nothing to do with that Tuesday thing).  It's hilarious.  vastly different.   Anything we track is gonna be a sneaker system.  No way they get this shit right with changes every 6 hrs

    Damn...this is one of those situations where you'd never know how different things are just by looking at the surface maps near us.

  6. 3 minutes ago, stormtracker said:

    What are the guesses on the new solution the 18z GFS shows?  Im going to make a safe bet:  It won't be the superstorm blizzard like 12z.  

    Washed-out northern stream wave that gets kicked out by a trailing wave and southern stream energy left in the Southwest.

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  7. 32 minutes ago, Steve25 said:

    There's a dark side of me that actually finds it somewhat humorous that it's now looking all too possible that we are going to make it through this "primed and ready" period without any substantial snows. 

    I told myself before when everyone was losing their minds about how incredible the mid/long range looked that it's a bad omen. 

    Its just amazing to me how many times the talk in here is how great OR terrible the long range looks, then it arrives and it's not as advertised. Keeping with that same energy, if the talk starts to be that things look brutal for February, I wouldn't be surprised AT ALL if that's when we actually get a nice storm. Just the way things seem to go in here. 

    It's a crapshoot in here with everyone trying to figure out what the setup is going to be in a week, yet somehow we talk seriously about 14+ days away. Give me a break. 

    Thanks for your input.

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