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1/25-1/27 Clipper-Miller B Obs/Nowcasting


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45 degrees, excited to once again challenge the dynamics of 32 degrees for snow to accumulate. 40 is the new 32, right?

I came out of work on Friday with snow and 44 degrees in Laurel MD. That is the warmest I have ever seen snow.

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primary is already weakening

if you click on this link, which is the current hour for slp, and then click on prior hours going back, you can see how it has strengthened

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_con.php?image=pr&inv=0&t=cur

 

the 3 hr. pressure drops are now near the coast while prior hours they were just to the SE of the surface low

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_con.php?image=3p&inv=0&t=cur

 

 

what's it mean? we're probably screwed anyway but if the new low can crank faster and stronger, we'll have a better chance

 

the hell with the primary, it's too warm for snow from that anyway

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primary is already weakening

if you click on this link, which is the current hour for slp, and then click on prior hours going back, you can see how it has strengthened

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_con.php?image=pr&inv=0&t=cur

 

the 3 hr. pressure drops are now near the coast while prior hours they were just to the SE of the surface low

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_con.php?image=3p&inv=0&t=cur

 

 

what's it mean? we're probably screwed anyway but if the new low can crank faster and stronger, we'll have a better chance

 

the hell with the primary, it's too warm for snow from that anyway

oh yeah, and convergence has started along the coast vs. prior hours it was inland

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_con.php?image=qc&inv=0&t=cur

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primary is already weakening

if you click on this link, which is the current hour for slp, and then click on prior hours going back, you can see how it has strengthened

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_con.php?image=pr&inv=0&t=cur

 

the 3 hr. pressure drops are now near the coast while prior hours they were just to the SE of the surface low

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_con.php?image=3p&inv=0&t=cur

 

 

what's it mean? we're probably screwed anyway but if the new low can crank faster and stronger, we'll have a better chance

 

the hell with the primary, it's too warm for snow from that anyway

 

Remember when the primary was supposed to smoothly and easily track south of us right through VA? 

 

43 and dry

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