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4 hours ago, nzucker said:

You need that trough to get negative tilt in time, especially to get a hit down here towards my area. Otherwise the hurricane will be carried OTS by a positively tilted trough which is probably 90% likely.

24 hours later and it still scares me:

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4 hours ago, nzucker said:

You need that trough to get negative tilt in time, especially to get a hit down here towards my area. Otherwise the hurricane will be carried OTS by a positively tilted trough which is probably 90% likely.

Some know some dont

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6 minutes ago, tim123 said:

Any one think this is a bit odd. Snowstorm I August north of maine

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May be a forum first.  Snow map from the NAM in August.

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That area up there has some sneaky high terrain. It could happen I'm sure...though i wouldn't bank on the NAM alone. 

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3 hours ago, Damage In Tolland said:

The Euro and ens are a classic slingshot right up coast pattern like 38

The annual 38 post

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