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weathertree4u

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  1. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Well, either way that it goes, we have alot more to track this year than last!
  2. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    My thoughts exactly!
  3. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Numbers do not look good but I am almost 100% sure that, like the real, real cold, it is an apparition and will change in the next run!
  4. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    yea, that is what is making me uneasy. Guess I will need to make sure that the wood burning stove is good to go tomorrow. Rather have it and not need that need it and not have it
  5. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Looks like the 18Z GFS is catching on to the ZR idea midweek
  6. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Like how impressive?
  7. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Yea, that would be historic, and dont forget, some areas could still be out of power with the icing that will be under that snowpack.
  8. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    One of the things that stand out to me is that it is not the usual snow/ice that the South gets. Whatever falls looks like it will be on the ground, in the trees, etc., for an extended period of time, which is unusual around here.
  9. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    I think, if I am not mistaken, we had that same issue in February 1994. Nashville got to a balmy temp I believe, then we had an arctic front come through, a low developed on it and we got slammed by ZR
  10. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Gotcha, I knew there was a difference!
  11. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Yea, I would agree, yet the NWS in Nashville is projecting staggering warmth by midweek, near 50, likely heavily weighted on the GFS
  12. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Yea, really not starting to like this model! That much ice is more than enough to do serious damage to things, then to have a dump of arctic air behind it, not good, not good at all.
  13. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Just a general statement here. Anyone know why it is that the GFS does not see any of what the replacement GFS does? For example, for this upcoming week, the replacement GFS is still seeing allot of ZR for my area but if you access the regular GFS, nothing. How could the physics used in both be so different?
  14. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Hopefully it is out to lunch but the Canadian has it too. Nearly an inch of ZR in Sumner County would not be pretty.
  15. weathertree4u

    January 2019 Medium/Long Range Pattern Discussion

    Basically same conditions here in Cottontown.
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