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IntenseBlizzard2014

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  • Birthday 08/24/1991

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  1. IntenseBlizzard2014

    May 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

    We won't be lucky for long. I've heard through the grapevine that the Greenland Block will start to fall apart through June.
  2. IntenseBlizzard2014

    May 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

    SSTs off the Atlantic need more ridging off the coast. Without that, we would have to rely on the ridging in the Southern US. Which tends to be limited in terms of movement. So this summer, we will probably have very limited heat, but lots of high humidity and thunderstorms.
  3. IntenseBlizzard2014

    May 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

    The CANSIPS model is still insisting that we will be under a humid airmass for most of the summer. Although it's not going for heat this time. Looks like the heat will be suppressed at this rate. The hottest part of the summer seems to be in August and September, according to the CANSIPS. EDIT: Looks to me that the more recent CANSIPS is slightly warmer for most of the US. Looks like an inferno for the SW US this summer, with the Death Ridge poking into the SE US from time to time. This was not the case from last month's CANSIPS run.
  4. IntenseBlizzard2014

    2019 ENSO

    Interesting comparison. The most recent CANSIPS is sniffing this out. July 2019 August 2019
  5. IntenseBlizzard2014

    2019 ENSO

    You win.
  6. IntenseBlizzard2014

    February 2019 Discussion I

    I'm collecting tons of computer model data for a possible significant storm (snowstorm?) for the Northern Mid-Atlantic to New England. This might happen by late month. It's taking a lot of time, but I feel that it might pay off.
  7. IntenseBlizzard2014

    2019 ENSO

    That -PNA may not last for long when the convection pushes past the Dateline.
  8. IntenseBlizzard2014

    February 2019 General Discussion and Observation Thread

    The good news is that the amplitude of the MJO going into Phase 8 looks to be much higher and slower than the past few days for Mid-February.
  9. IntenseBlizzard2014

    February 2019 General Discussion and Observation Thread

    And last year, we went through Phase 8 through late February. Did that person forget the La Niña from last winter? The point is the effects aren't too different.
  10. IntenseBlizzard2014

    February 2019 General Discussion and Observation Thread

    Mid-February. Wow. Something great is coming up soon. Looky here:
  11. IntenseBlizzard2014

    January 2019 General Discussion & Observations

    Next week looks interesting for a few inches of snowfall.
  12. IntenseBlizzard2014

    January 2019 General Discussion & Observations

    Okay. It seems that legitimate fun times are ahead, starting on the 24th.
  13. IntenseBlizzard2014

    Meteorological Winter 2018 Banter

    Yup. I had a feeling not to get emotionally connected to the weekend storm.
  14. IntenseBlizzard2014

    January 19-20th Winter Storm Threat

    That was because of a healthier PNA. This time the PNA is fragile.
  15. IntenseBlizzard2014

    January 19-20th Winter Storm Threat

    It's definitely excellent. The tpv is suppressing the heights ahead of the storm and forcing a secondary low to develop offshore.
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