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  1. Joe Bastardi was talking about this potential a few days ago. Yes he talks up a lot of Storms, But he is a lot better than most & Accu-weather is just getting into TWC area bad
  2. go check your post from this afternoon ! you post like you have multiple personality disorder
  3. . Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 7 PM EST Thursday... * snow accumulations... 6 to 10 inches. * Timing... the heaviest snow is expected this evening into early Thursday. * Impacts... the heavy snow will create snow covered roads and produce scattered power outages. * Winds... northwest 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 25 mph. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow are expected. This will make travel very hazardous. Please report snowfall by calling 412-262-1988, posting to the NWS Pittsburgh facebook Page, or using twitter @nwspittsburgh Please report snow and ice by calling 412-262-1988, posting to the NWS Pittsburgh facebook Page, or using twitter @nwspittsburgh
  4. Joe Bastardi say in Mid Jan. Winter comes back "Gang Busters
  5. Nah with it being wet Heavy snow it compacts & probably melted a bit in the lulls
  6. Rained sideways here & I was on porch looking for Auntie Em & Toto
  7. http://www.examiner.com/weather-in-houston/larry-cosgrove 30 Years of Being a Meteorologist ! don't think it is about clicks !
  8. Larry Cosgrove The talk about a potential major winter storm affecting parts of the Deep South, Appalachia, and the Eastern Seaboard next week will likely be growing. The disturbance will likely be composed of two entities: energy ejecting out of the sub-Aleutian vortex, and an impulse moving along in the subtropical jet stream (tied very much to the Phase 6-7-8 banding of the Madden-Julian Oscillation). With the aforementioned mAk gyre pumping up a steep +PNA/-AO styled ridge complex, the two disturbances will likely meld in the base of a 500MB trough over the Deep South next Tuesday. It is way too early to speculate about possible snow amounts, but the unity of the numerical models with regard to this feature is pretty amazing. Therefore the most likely outcome will be a Miller "A" Gulf Coaster/Hatteras/Nor'easter event between February 23 and 27. Yes, I insist on a longer time span because the European and American ensemble platforms suggest a closed off, vertically stacked cyclone that progresses slowly from the NC Outer Banks to the MA Islands, then on toward the Bay of Fundy. Because the disturbance will be flanked both right and left sides by strong ridging, a huge temperature split is bound to arise by next Wednesday and Thursday. I can easily see some warming developing in coastal New England and Mid-Atlantic locations, enough to allow for precipitation to start as rain. in many places along the Interstate 95 corridor. But I suspect that most of this event will be snow, and potentially a lot of it. With a neutral/negative tilt aloft and inverted trough development over the Virginias, this could be a big snow/ice thunderstorm maker above Interstate 64 near and east of Huntington WV on up into the major cities of the Northeast. In summary, this disturbance could be "special". Knowing the numerical models often lose such immense systems after pointing them out very far in advance (in this case 15 days if the storm verifies), avoid any rash judgments about its potential until we get to the February 19 runs. More later....and by the way, there is also a decent shot at another big storm in the South and east in the first week of March. I do not think we fully shake off winter until just after St. Patrick's Day in areas from the Mississippi Valley to the East Coast.
  9. UMMM must keep from posting truth & getting warning points or Banned ! Think you'll figure it out