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  1. cbmclean

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    I was just about to post the same thing. Keep hope alive.
  2. cbmclean

    May 2019 Observations

    And once again, the rain dying as it heads northeast. Atmosphere too stable. Really frustrating.
  3. cbmclean

    May 2019 Observations

    0.15" yesterday. A bit annoying as we got very little around here but all the activity in the vicinity stabilized the atmosphere and killed off the MCV as it moved NE.
  4. cbmclean

    May 2019 Observations

    Radar looks pretty unimpressive over the piedmont. Hoping something blooms. Currently 80/74. Mostly overcast.
  5. Was interested to note at in the slide deck how the infamous Morch 2012 was preceded by some not-bad looking MJO history. Most of February spent in 8 -1- 2.
  6. I am eagerly awaiting a PSU postmortem for this winter. In the meantime, does anybody know if the extreme SSWE produced some good blocking for someone, somewhere? The eastern CONUS obviously did not cash in, but I am hoping somebody did.
  7. But were those favorable outlooks really realistic though? From discussion I have seen on here, it seems like a lot of warning signs were missed. No disagreement about the LR models though. I'm not sure I will ever again be able to take them seriously.
  8. cbmclean

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    All right, looks like it's about time to lower the blinds, turn out the lights and wrap this one up.
  9. Well, base don the recent posts, there is nothing to talk about.
  10. I didn't realize you had surpassed the median. That's good I guess. A challenging year to classify. Sneakily not bad numbers wise at least for many of you guys, but mostly unsatisfying.
  11. How are you doing with your seasonal totals? Are you going to creep your way to the median?
  12. I apologize if this has already been posted here today. Hat tip to Solak in the SE forum NWS bulletin saying that full release of FV3 delayed. Among other things, the cold/snow biases are being investigated. https://www.weather.gov/media/notification/scn19-12gfsv15.pdf
  13. cbmclean

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Ah, southern Wake screwjob. Cold Rain will be happy.
  14. I appreciate your time. So when people talk about NS or SS shortwaves, they are referring to areas of elevated vorticity? And phasing is when areas of elevated vorticity from north and south approach each other and merge?