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  1. Long range modeling is well into meteorological spring now. Things also get pretty quiet in here beyond winter, so probably not a huge need for monthly threads for a while. That said, we are coming out of a huge flooding/rain event and the GFS is showing a possible return to those conditions. The 16 day rain total, from 00z shows 10-12 inches falling over the period. So the extremely wet patten looks to continue. There may or may not be a brief cold shot in the early month period and there could be a winter threat in there, though obviously have to be heavily skeptical of it. After that, if we can believe the weeklies, warmth is back for the remainder of March.
  2. SchaumburgStormer

    April 2018 General Discussion

    You guys know the drill. I am ready for us to turn the proverbial corner and barrel into warmer temps. Some of the guidance has a cooler start to the month, let’s see if it hangs on.
  3. So, tonight we are supposed to get storms, there is nothing on the radar that suggests storms are rolling, so my question is, based on the attached, are storms predicted for the twin cities because the cold front (blue) is driving into that warm front (red) and going to push into heading south east driving the fronts together somewhere over the twin cities 'area'? Just curious if I am reading this right.
  4. The storm prediction has this area marked as a 15% chance of severe weather on Friday: This severe weather will most likely be sparked by the winter storm taking shape. However, helicity and tornado parameter models are showing that if severe weather does occur, it won't be as bad as it could be. This is at it's peak for the area that could possibly face bad weather. What level of severity do you guys think all of these storms will happen at?
  5. mike13felt

    Summer 2017 predictions

    What do you guys think the Summer of 2017 will be like in the East Coast in general?
  6. eurojosh

    June 16th-17th Floodmageddon

    20hr nam has it.
  7. Meteorological Summer ended 9 days ago. The weather is definitely looking fall-like over the coming week, with many areas looking likely to see the 40s for lows and upper 60s to low 70s for highs. I don't know if we'll see 30s as the GFS is hinting at (I've seen 30s in late September here) but do think upper 40s/low 50s will be wide spread.
  8. It's about that time of year again. Flowers are starting to sprout, grass is turning green and there's mud everywhere. Some early Cherry Blossoms are blooming already in DC, but the main show on the tidal basin is still a few weeks away. Based on what I saw Thursday evening, I'd expect peak to be pretty close to what CWG/NPS have forecast. Post what ya got in this thread. Well, keep the naked selfies for your own personal file or send them to rr. Anyway, daffodils in my neighborhood are coming along nicely. I'd expect to see some of them in bloom by the end of the week. Here's a pic of some of those that are not quite as tall as the others. And here are two obstructed view pics of a hawk that's been hanging around the woods getting fat on squirrels, chipmunks and whatever else he may be eating.
  9. 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.
  10. This thread will close out the summer of 2014. This summer has pretty much been defined by cold fronts encroaching deeper than usual and basically a summer free of heat waves. Will it continue into fall?
  11. I wanted to start this a few day ago, but posted February maps in the other one instead. Lets hope the cold returns after the warm up and may be the battleground be ever in our favor.
  12. Normally, I think it is a good idea to just do one month per pattern discussion. Since we are half-way through December, I say let's put Dec/Jan into one discussion in terms of sensible wx patterns. For upcoming and short range events, such as this weekend, use Stovepipe's. This thread will be for discussing the upcoming early to mid-winter pattern. The pattern looks blocky upcoming, but the NAO says nah. The southeast ridge could be to our benefit depending on where it sets up shop.
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