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Models today are converging on a storm impacting the Northeast. Details are still to be ironed out but we look to have a highly anomalous modeled storm coming out of the Gulf that pass somewhere off the coast of New England. The modeled SLP is pretty low for a winter storm (sub 960mb) so while the main storm center may pass well offshore, there should be a pretty expansive western edge to the precipitation field. One other feature that models seem to be picking up upon is a strong low level convergence between the primary low and ULL over the GL. This is likely what is allowing for the further offshore track to still throwback moisture so far removed from the center of circulation.