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Feb 17 Miller A Threat

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Ukie and ggem way ots. The one time the euro is correct in the mid range this winter lol

Somehow Boston manages to score a compact little powerhouse on Thursday lol

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Highly doubt this comes back.

I actually doubt it does too, but it's funny how this was a hit, then several runs in a row shifted south, then gradually shifted back north and now again south

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Ukie and ggem way ots. The one time the euro is correct in the mid range this winter lol

 

Yeah this is an amazingly annoying winter for snow lovers unless you're in the far Northeast.    Previously when the Euro was the last model holding on to a more amped solution, it caved and was wrong.   Now this time when it was the first with a weak out to sea solution, it looks like it's going to end up being correct.   Ugh.    

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Highly doubt this comes back.

Lets just focus on this current storm first. Pna should spike for this storm which should allow amplification.

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I love how the downers step up after every new run!!!!   :axe:

it gets so tiresome

with absolutely no analysis to back it up

 

just peanut gallery B.S.

per Op runs

 

 

go figure....

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DM our savior - I'm following you to the promised land brother.  If you like our chances with this storm than I'm feeling optimistic.

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Ukie and ggem way ots. The one time the euro is correct in the mid range this winter lol

 

UK not as bad as I thought, a scraper but closer than first appeared.  UK has had tendency to be progressive with coastals at times.  Will b interesting to see the ECM.  How were the GEFS?

 

72H

 

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UK not as bad as I thought, a scraper but closer than first appeared.  UK has had tendency to be progressive with coastals at times.  Will b interesting to see the ECM.  How were the GEFS?

 

 

http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/gfs-ens/2015021412/gfs-ens_mslp_uv850_us_16.png

 

 

http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/gfs-ens/2015021412/gfs-ens_mslp_uv850_namer_16.png

 

http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov/medr/nav_conus_pmsl.php?fday=4&fcolor=wbg

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Ye of little faith. You want to say this thing completely shears out and falls apart, maybe. But mark my words, it isn't going to form and whiff us. Coastal sections will have at least a moderate impact, and it very well could come back full bore west. +nao, +ao, some ridging in Atlantic, climatology this season all spell keep the faith. This isn't a VA Beach snowstorm.

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I hope those highs don't budge further east T, they need to remain stationary or this baby will slide along with them.

Further west would be nice =)

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