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January Long Range Disco Thread

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2 minutes ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

Are you and I the only ones who think this has a shot? The changes on the gfs were significant

Probably not.. plenty of people who remain silent lol. Honestly I think DC and esp S.Md ,eastern shore definitely still in play . Even in mby there's a sliver of hope.  Timing has slowed.  It's a early Sat system on much guidance.  We need positive changes to continue tomorrow though . 

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1 minute ago, losetoa6 said:

Probably not.. plenty of people who remain silent lol. Honestly I think DC and esp S.Md ,eastern shore definitely still in play . Even in mby there's a sliver of hope.  Timing has slowed.  It's a early Sat system on much guidance.  We need positive changes to continue tomorrow though . 

We need that southern energy to slow down a little, amp a little more, get the whirlpool in the ne to lift out just a tad and the hammer to keep weakening. Get those, I know it’s a lot, and this could come up. You can see it wants to but when it hits that confluence it just goes. It also weakens. 

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5 minutes ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

We need that southern energy to slow down a little, amp a little more, get the whirlpool in the ne to lift out just a tad and the hammer to keep weakening. Get those, I know it’s a lot, and this could come up. You can see it wants to but when it hits that confluence it just goes. It also weakens. 

I tend to agree with the slower the better and more amped with the ull energy. Would help it gain a bit more  latitude before transfer possibly. Would Love to see the hammer keep moving north  on future runs :weenie:

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4 hours ago, CAPE said:

Wait- this isn't a great look?

gfs_z500a_us_18.png

I see bo...

40 minutes ago, CAPE said:

Yay another fukkin snow map!

hush you, don’t ruin my digital snow.

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I thought the NAM actually looked promising early on.  ULL further north, less confluence and appeared to be a north shift. Then it just gets its face shoved in the sand by the vort coming down from the north.  Cant wait until we can extrapolate for the 1/11 threat.

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You guys prepared to lose 17 inches of
European modeled digital snow tonight?


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Looks like 00z HFS is trying to phase somewhat at h5 at 126?

Please stop. It’s looks worse than the 18z which was horrible


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The gfs has no storm. Euro will lose again because when it’s the only model with snow....were doomed


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Does this mean you are staying up for the most important Euro run of the year?

No. We already know what’s going to happen


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2 minutes ago, jaydreb said:

The “storm” gets suppressed all the way to Cuba on the GFS.  

Was it last week when there were 4 straight pages of posts complaining there’s no cold around with these stormy looks? Lol 

I’m with PSU in that our window will come when the blocking relaxes...15th-20th.  

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Well then omniscient yourself out of the thread then

I have to make sure you don’t give bad analysis


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Verbatim GFS is more interested in NS vorts diving down as clippers next week...if one is robust enough to get moisture past the mountains, it could be a discrete threat that pops up in the short/medium range.

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Verbatim GFS is more interested in NS vorts diving down as clippers next week...if one is robust enough to get moisture past the mountains, it could be a discrete threat that pops up in the short/medium range.

Nothing worse than a Nina behaving like a nina


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Canadian bring snow to about EZF late this week.
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But wants no part of the Monday/Tuesday possible event next week. Its ok waiting on the ensembles this far out.

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