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  1. Baroclinic Zone

    February 9th Coastal Storm Discussion

    Models have come into pretty good agreement on a follow up wave impacting the region later this week. Details still to be ironed out but at a Day 3 lead the signal is strong. We have global indices favorable. As you see in the images there is a nice PNA spike and the AO is negative around the time of the storm. I would bot be surprised to see this come a bit closer to the coast with the PNA spiking like it is. Also enclosed are the EPS and GEFS from 00z and 06z. Nice solid >0.5" for most of SNE on the mean.
  2. Baroclinic Zone

    Weak Coastal January 6th (Rev Kev Storm)

    So we are now within a couple days and models look to be in pretty good agreement with a weak coastal storm passing well S of the area but will still throw back enough moisture to clip at least the southern areas of SNE with some light accumulations. T-3" looks to be about it with the hires-NAM right now going GGW dropping 4"+ in some areas.
  3. Figured I would start a thread and try to bring some good juju. My forecast went from partly cloudy to a 70 percent chance of snow! Most models show a rapidly deepening low close enough to give us some good snow!
  4. Where does it go from here? Trends from overnight say this will be a big dog for the coast but can the precip make it more W and NW of there?