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Found 5 results

  1. Nice 2-4" refresher on Saturday with the clipper.
  2. NAM/RGEM deadly combo this winter continue the trends of keeping the low south of LI with long duration light snow into Wednesday. General ideas from the past few days of 1-3 spot 4 amounts..Best may end up being south of I-90 but we'll see
  3. This event is only around 36 hours from first flakes if models are to be believed. GGEM is lighter snows of 1-2 inches but more widespread. GFS has been consistent with heavier totals in all but one of the last 8 runs, but in all but two of those 8 runs, most snows greater than 1 inch occur over terrain areas in the East. Otherwise they are spread out enough to where areas may pick up 3/4ths of an inch from one system, then have it melt and pick up 3/4ths from the second. So even though you see these snowfall totals, it will not likely be reflected at these amounts on the ground at a given time outside the terrain areas. GGEM through Mon evening. GFS through Monday evening.
  4. 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.
  5. Here we go. Thought we would actually have a thread here because of what is going on with the other events but the long term pattern is looking good so there will be more threats after this one to discuss in the LR thread. This is down to almost d4 on the leads. 12z GFS puts .4 QPF for some in CMD, but Euro from 0z last night delivered a good h5 vort track, cold temps (upper 20's, low 30's) as well as heavy QPF. Tune in for more in a little bit.