HKY18

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  • Birthday September 18

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KMRN
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    Lenoir NC
  1. Need west based NAO block for Miller A. Not been the trend of this decade, but maybe with solar/QBO help we get a block sometime this winter. Moisture has not been an issue last few years.
  2. Next week is looking very interesting, rain or snow who knows but the pattern right now is fun. Southern stream is super active, just a matter of time before something big happens this winter I think.
  3. 0z euro looks interesting for middle of next week. Better setup to hold cad high in place over northeast. Big signal from ensembles for moisture laden storm as well. Verbatim it’s a mid Atlantic storm but it’s close enough to pay attention to.
  4. That’s not a precip type map only precip rate
  5. The trend has been consistent last few runs. Actually closed off at hr84 over Texas at 500 this run
  6. Southern stream is so active and appears that’s not gonna change anytime soon, just a matter of timing and we will get crushed this winter. GFS has another big system moving in around 18th/19th. Would be a nice 10 year anniversary lol
  7. This looks like a classic WNC snowstorm, close enough track of the LP and upper low to maximize QPF. Could be a record breaker in some areas
  8. 12z GEFS and 00z EPS both indicate the possibility of an historic storm, snowfall amounts are just incredible from WNC up into the mid Atlantic. Most storms this fall and winter have over performed in terms of modeled QPF as well. Will be interesting to see how that turns out with this storm. Strong Nino suppression climo ftw? Whoever gets ZR from this storm will be in for a long week or two.
  9. Gonna chase this, somewhere in north CLT looks to be the most convenient location, but still capable of producing big total in that area
  10. If the short range model QPF numbers verify this will be one of the most significant snowstorms in my lifetime just due to the area of big snowfall totals! Unbelievable trends today!
  11. The way the gfs depicts this storm it would be a big hit for the northern foothills, but the nam seems to be hinting at lee side down sloping. I think we need to root for the consolidated SLP idea of the gfs/ukie
  12. Many Nino winters have slow starts, think mid Jan. to mid Feb will be good for snow, think the wall to wall cold analogs are out obviously.