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Mid to Long Range Discussion ~ 2022


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7 minutes ago, eyewall said:

I am not sure why everyone excited about ice lol.

I love any kind of wintry precip.  Unlike some that whine about sleet, I love it.  It is the absolute best for sledding, and it takes forever to melt.  As for freezing rain, it is my least favorite of the 3, but still far better than CR.  

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25 minutes ago, eyewall said:

I am not sure why everyone excited about ice lol.

I wouldn't say I'm excited, but this is a weather board and I'm interested in weather, regardless of the degree to which I enjoy it. Ice storms are fascinating from a meteorological perspective, even if they are the saddest of frozen precip types

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27 minutes ago, eyewall said:

The parent high is exiting as this occurs on the GFS which means shorter duration CAD. It is more of a Hybrid CAD event as opposed to classical. It is better than In-situ though.

Wouldn’t the expansive Snowpack to our North create a Stronger HP than models could set up? Hybrid or not…. Also, I’d have to check but as much as we crap on the EURO imo it was decent last two events, Was first (even though it left it) to show further West Snow Accums 2 weeks ago, and this weekend it was first to go away from pure coastal QPF to the deform scenario…. Someone correct me if I’m wrong but that’s Jmo it bounces more than it used to but it’s not a clown model as some here may think 

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