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October/November 2019 Mid/Long Range

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5 minutes ago, yoda said:

Looks like 12z GFS is going to go the way of the 06z GFS... frozen precip breaking out in OK/NW AR and into MO at hour 120...  More frozen precip than the 06z and 00z showed at the same time though as well

Hour 132 shows frozen precip into central PA. The most notable change I see it northern stream vort isn't digging as much as on the 6z run. 

144 has a mix for the N and W suburbs, rain for DCA and BWI

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30 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

Best snows in central to southern DE. Makes sense based on the last couple of winters.

long weekend at the beaches? 

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1 minute ago, DCTeacherman said:

Not as good as 6z but still very nice for November.  Would sign on the dotted line right now. 

3 to 6 inches is fine with me on the 10:1 snow clown map on TT

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all in for some mangled flakes and maybe a pity inch in the favorable spots. not bad for mid/early november. 

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Why aren't we talking about Thu/Fri rain?  We still are near drought conditions.  This is serious, guys.

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17 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

Lol GFS says 100 consecutive hours below freezing at my house next week starting Tuesday. Seems legit. 

Ggem is like 75 hours. 

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20 minutes ago, H2O said:

We lost the ICON.  

Icon has had the same general late phase northern stream bomb to our north solution the last several runs. No change. 

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20 minutes ago, psuhoffman said:

Icon has had the same general late phase northern stream bomb to our north solution the last several runs. No change. 

Ukie also has the strong cutter apparently 

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12 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

Ukie also has the strong cutter apparently 

Euro is slower with the front too through 126.  Stronger system down south though.

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2 minutes ago, stormtracker said:

Looks about right.

baby steps. Once we give the Euro the deliverable then snow funding will be released.

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