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  1. MRX has WWA and WSW out for parts of the area and discusses accum in other areas, Nashville and Jackson don't seem to be sold. Will the MRX forecast be right? Figure it's better to have a quick thread than to post about it in banter.
  2. 18z NAM continues the trend of bringing the upper level low over and southeast just north of Provincetown, MA. This could hang back the inverted trough as it breaks off of ME and heads southeastward. If the NAM is right and trends towards the Upper level low moving over BOS we could see accumulating snows over Cape Cod and Ocean enhanced snowfall with higher QPF. We need to watch trends tonight through tomorrow on NAM and HIRES models.
  3. Please use this thread for obs for the upcoming storm....Thanks!
  4. Good luck. 1234 has an event thread for the Weds 1-3" event. This thread will be for the potential EC storm on Thursday and Friday and future short range events....unless the EC storm dumps on the TN Valley and then I will retag this thread just for that event alone for future reference.
  5. Short Range models show chance for southern stream energy and coastal storm to come up the eastern US seaboard. Chances are still low, but are getting higher for light snow accumulations. Also an inverted trough is dropping southward on the models, could impact Eastern MA. Still a lot of questions in the air.
  6. Well, it's the first threat of the season, and it's close. No use continuing to clutter the long range thread with info for this event.
  7. Observation thread for tonight thru Wednesday event, Currently 17.4°F here, Breezy under mostly sunny skies
  8. Does anyone know where I can find good, annualized snow total maps for the US? These maps would be essentially total snowfall for a July 1 to June 30 period, with appropriate color shading for a range of snow that fell in a given area. As a dummy example it might look like this:
  9. 12z CMC and GFS models show a potential for a few flurries after a cold front passes through Sunday morning. Right now it is just a situation of lingering moisture as cold air moves through the region. However we have seen many instances where these situations turn into nor'easter type events and the inland regions get some snowfall. So please stay tuned, it could just be a cloudy day with cooling temperatures throughout the day.
  10. I personally think November 2015 will be warmer than average, CFS has strongly been trending warmer than average since August. The CanSIPS model has also been trending warmer than average. Precipitation forecasts from CanSIPs and CFS also analyze above average. Now the Jamstec model is a bit different. It predicts a warmer than average November for areas east of the MS river excluding IL,WI, and MN. But it then predicts a cooler than average November for areas west of the MS river, east of the Rockies. That is the September run and the October run should come in in a couple of days. I do think our "Second Tornado Season", could be good. The last El Nino analogs I found have had Late Fall-Early Winter tornado outbreaks. This next list of outbreaks all happened in El Nino conditions in November. November 22-24, 2004, 2002 Veteran's Day Outbreak, 1987 Arklatex tornado outbreak, and so on.
  11. I decided to make a fresh thread for this. This year, I am not bothering with the map. If you want to contribute to this table, I will need your location. Past users, if nothing has changed, all you need to do is let me know if you want to be a part of it this year. (in this thread)The username and password is the same for those who update totals on their own. (which I prefer) Send a PM if you need the username and password. I don't spend nearly as much time here as I used to, but I will be sure to keep things as up to date as possible. 2014-15 Table
  12. I have written a piece on what I currently see occurring with the weather patterns and how they will transition into winter. The forecast needs some slight tweaks here and there, but overall I tried to keep it as simple as I could so that people could understand it. http://weather.st/blog/winter-of-2015-2016-whats-the-verdict/ Now I realize there are quite a few people out there who will scream and throw eggs in my general direction for even putting this up, but be rest assured it is not a panic cry, or a hype job. And for those who are going to ask, "Where did you get this data from?" I took the time to mention in the article where the sources were coming from, and that analogs plus climatology had quite a bit to do with formation of the projection, not to mention trends over the past few years in storm tracks. Thanks! Please post your own forecasts as well here, I would love to see them!
  13. Hi everybody I’m new here. I live in The Netherlands, nearby Amsterdam. I’m a biologist, but I’ve always been interested in the weather and in climate change. I’ve made nice overviews (at least, I hope so) of the temperatures in the US, based on data of the NOAA National Climatic Data Center. Please click here for a PDF of one of the stations. There is a Fahrenheit version and a Celsius version. Therefore, all the data are double available. At the bottom of the PDF page you can see the highest and the lowest minimum and maximum temperature for each month, and the day and the year on witch this temperature was reached. It shows the history of the temperatures in 80 places in the US since 1976. The background colors show the daily mean temperature (Tmax + Tmin)/2; good enough for this purpose. Also the presence of a snow cover and the snow depth are shown. The monthly averages are also taken from the National Climatic Data Center. Based on that, I calculated the average annual temperature, and the 30-year average temperature. The data from the Data Center are given in Celsius. I converted it to Fahrenheit but maybe this can give small differences with official published values. Why this? Well, I started to do this with de Dutch data, then I took the German data and then the European data. And the data from the U.S. are easy to access, so… O.K., you can say I spend too much time doing this, but it’s kind of interesting. From a European point of view, the American data are interesting because we hear a lot of stories of very cold winters in the US, while here in this part of Europe we didn’t have a winter at all; nor did we have last year. With the 30-year average I want to show climate change (in fact not necessarily that; when there is no change, I want to show that as well) but I do realize that there can be all kind of bias in the data. In some stations in the US you can see a significant increase of the 30-year average, while on some other places there is not much of a change. I’ve been looking for official published normals of the main stations in the US. I only found these data of the period 1951-1980 and 1981-2010. More about that later.
  14. Total 2014-15 snowfall amounts with normals and departures for NWS eastern region Decided to start my first topic rather than put this in banter. I believe that this will make a good conversation thread by itself!
  15. Since I failed miserably in the First Freeze Contest, I need redemption. All you have to do is copy and fill in the form below, and I will keep track of predictions and participants. Guess to the nearest tenth of an inch, as in 25.2". Winter 2014-2015 Total Snowfall- BWI: IAD: DCA: RIC: Tiebreaker- DCA Greatest 24hr Snowfall: I wanted to do something interesting for the tiebreaker, so I decided it would be to guess DCA's greatest 24hr snowfall this season. Please enter by Dec. 1st. *This contest is not for DJF. It is for NDJFMA. It's not really a winter prediction, but more like a snow season prediction.
  16. Ok it is time to take this threat serious as we head into Halloween and the 1st of November!
  17. Models are getting to be pretty insistent on an Apps runner happening the first week of March, the 00z GFS just levels the western 2/3rd of Tennessee with heavy snow and really buries Nashville. This has been showing up quite a few runs in a row now on both the GFS and GEM. The GEM looks like it has an icy solution on it's current run. GFS snowfall on top. GEM precip/radar on bottom.
  18. 26/20 with a gentle wind as of 8 PM. Snow is around from today's event in patches as some melted during the day today under the Fab Feb sun angle (despite overcast skies). The high today was 27.
  19. Co-worker reporting snow in Ft Payne, AL....just started.
  20. A thread to discuss the Winter Storm threat for Feb. 20th and 21st. A large area will start out with Winter Wx on Friday and transition to all rain on Saturday afternoon. The timing and location of the system is still in question, as are the p-types and durations of those types in certain areas. Some areas may experience significant icing.
  21. 26/M7 with high clouds approaching... EDIT: 24/M7 as of 7 PM.
  22. If it's too early lock it up. I think we're close enough now that someone in the SE is going to get something. Besides all of the PBP for the medium range is being dominated by this storm. My last post in the PBP thread.
  23. A thread to discuss the potential for a Southern winter storm affecting portions of the Tennessee Valley.