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  1. Jerry...it looks like it is time to start the Soviet Snowcover Spectacular thread. The first blotches of white are appearing on the map, with a big cold outbreak on tap over the next 10 days. I have doubts as to whether it has any significance...but it's something to track anyway.
  2. I have a branch down in my yard. About 15' long, 2" in diameter. I won't soon forget Jose.
  3. Jose could churn up the waters From DE on up, making for a more hostile environment as Maria approaches.
  4. Wasn't the snowmagedon winter that crushed the Mid-Atlantic...I think 2009-2010....a strong la nina?
  5. The first trough goes sailing past....I have a bad feeling about this. Very bad. (graphic from Mike Ventrice's Twitter feed):
  6. 10 days to reorient that trough just a bit.
  7. 24 hours later and it still scares me:
  8. As the owner of an insurance agency...this is one scary fugly map:
  9. Is there any chance that as we get closer to the event and the models ingest better data, we could see a "north trend" for the eclipse?
  10. With such a strong upper low, I would imagine the lapse rates will be steep. As long as we can keep the boundary below freezing, there would be good snow growth and somewhat powdery snow. A lot of wind too. B-B-B-lizz-ar, ah forget it.
  11. This looks like a good wind producer for SE areas too. Those isobars get tightly packed.
  12. Full moon Sunday
  13. It literally caught on while the worst of the storm was in progress.
  14. Beautiful snow growth in Westport