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4 hours ago, CAPE said:

Still looking pretty interesting on the means beginning around the 15th, with ridging in the EPO/WPO domains, displaced TPV lobes, and with a neutral/negative PNA it looks like some southern waves ejecting eastward. Late, but maybe..

Probably the NW crew should be turned on at the thought of padding their already impressive snow totals.

 

We know how this will end for the cities/low lands.  Miserable 42 degree drizzle when our average high is over 60 by the end of the month.  Meanwhile PSU will tell us how his mountain got 10” but “just down the street” only managed an inch of slush.  

I hope that look breaks down.

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9 minutes ago, nj2va said:

We know how this will end for the cities/low lands.  Miserable 42 degree drizzle when our average high is over 60 by the end of the month.  Meanwhile PSU will tell us how his mountain got 10” but “just down the street” only managed an inch of slush.  

I hope that look breaks down.

Hey, watch it now. I'm that guy "just down the street". :lol:

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1 hour ago, stormtracker said:

You are serious, aren’t you?

I am watching the EPS....it was never bullish about this last week of cold.  It is getting late, but weird things can happen.  Also one of the pro Mets called it over in the DMV,  so now I really think we have a chance...

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3 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

Looks like tracking ramping up by mid week for possible frozen chances  starting early next week 

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Gfs with some mixed stuff Sunday night :popcorn:

 

 

 

That 1036 high is in a  great location 

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1 hour ago, losetoa6 said:

Looks like tracking ramping up by mid week for possible frozen chances  starting early next week 

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Gfs with some mixed stuff Sunday night :popcorn:

Nice little winter event verbatim.  

 

 

 

:damage:

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Improved look from 0z for the D10-12 timeframe.  Nice ridge axis out west with a deeper trough into the miss valley. Both GEFS and EPS keying on a wave coming ashore on the west coast around D7 but handle the trough behind it differently.  EPS is slower with the PAC trough and this allows a nice PNA ridge to pop. 

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