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  1. Weekend Snowfest/Rainfest/Mixed Mess?

    3 sloppy inches seems like a fairly safe bet right now, even taking into account the 18z GFS. The differences between the GFS vs CMC/ICON/Euro become particularly stark when looking at the upper levels - GFS not only suppresses the steering flow, but suppresses the anticyclonic motion all the way down in the Bahamas. Not sure I buy that, but the differences between the 18z GFS and the other models emerge within 24 hours from now (check the flow off the coast of Texas) with GFS being much more progressive. So we'll see.
  2. February Banter Thread

    Just back from a weekend in Timberline. Thursday evening drove out in the worst conditions I've ever driven through - blinding snow, heavy wind. Woke up to about 8" of powder on Friday morning. Sunday, wet snow for about 3-4 more inches in the morning. Got about 3 more inches of powder overnight into today. Got my seasonal average in a weekend - folks, it's only a 3 hour drive away.
  3. Jan 16/17 Event Obs/Disc

    Minus 5 hours now we are in Standard Time.
  4. Jan 4th Coastal Obs/Disc

    Does anyone else feel like that last line is a deliberate dig at this forum?
  5. JAN 4th Coastal

    Euro looks maybe the tiniest smidgeon west. Anyone have precip maps?
  6. January Banter String

    Can we do that Houston Harvey thing and point all our fans to the WNW to push away the kicker?
  7. JAN 4th Coastal

    I don't see anything on the radar to support this?
  8. JAN 4th Coastal

    JMA anyone?
  9. Jan 4th Coastal

    Yeah, but oddly no precip coming ashore. Sometimes it just doesn't want to snow.
  10. Jan 4th Coastal

  11. New Years 2018 Mid-Long Range Disco

    Honestly, its that UL vort that kicks the storm out to sea that's the unavoidable problem. Unless that slows or weakens, we're out of luck - and if it does, you also miss the explosive development that occurs right after these frames.
  12. New Years 2018 Mid-Long Range Disco

    Happy New Year!
  13. New Years 2018 Mid-Long Range Disco

    Atlantic looks interesting at that timeframe - very different look from Greenland down to Florida.
  14. New Years 2018 Mid-Long Range Disco

    What's going on at the surface from 184-192? Hard to tell with the TT maps.
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