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  1. The models have been extremely consistent with this and have taken it from 240-252 hours out to now 126 hours out until the Western forum begins feeling the effects. Tonight's model suite features heavy snow for a large portion of the forum on all models. The GFS brings this per the 1-28 00Z. The GFS has been consistent with heavier snow north of 40 on nearly every run for 5 days in a row. Quite a few of these runs sees a nice bit of accumulation well south of 40 as well. The Canadian was late to the party and is still waffling around. It painted the entire region almost with heavy snow during it's 1-27 runs. Today it moved the snow axis very far north at 12z, the 00z quickly brought it back, this time west of the Plateau and north of 40. The Euro has been pretty consistent with this as well. It actually moved towards the GFS a few days ago and for the most part has held to it's solution for several days as well. Tonight's 00z run was it's most robust into Tennessee in several runs.
  2. 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.
  3. Well folks, I saw that a contest was done on the last few events, so some of you may be tired of contests, but I figure I'd create one. I'll be sure to put together an excel spreadsheet tonight after all of the entries are in. I'll have the winner in timely fashion likely later on tomorrow (or Wednesday AM in the case of the TB being needed. Simple contest, snow totals at the big 3 airports in our posting zone. Scoring system will be total departure like most contests that will be added up. Lowest total departure wins. Example DCA: 0.2 IAD: 5.5 BWI: 4.7 The tiebreaker for this will be tomorrow nights low at DCA. i.e. 25 Good luck to all, hope we all enter, including Yoda* DEADLINE MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (would have made it 11:59 but thats Yoda's time).
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