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The last hurrah? Putting all the eggs in the Tuesday 3/14 basket


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2 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

I guess if anything, it's nice not seeing the HRRR chasing convection...even if it's the extended range of the HRRR. 

Yeah, extended and all, but looks realisitc. 

 

Also, NAM at least isn't 800 miles away now with opposite lows. Maybe 300 miles lol. 

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29 minutes ago, wokeupthisam said:

Yeah Gray wording leaned to the bullish side but they did caveat that the 2013 and 2015 storms had a different antecedent airmass.  It's a big difference in the upcoming IMO. 

The comparison is certainly relate to the system in general, but perhaps a little more relevant to our South

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4 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Yeah, extended and all, but looks realisitc. 

 

Also, NAM at least isn't 800 miles away now with opposite lows. Maybe 300 miles lol. 

Slowly starting to get somewhere but still many flags. I think overall subsidence is going to be the biggest killer for some. Where the banding happens and it rips its going to be pretty epic. The best case scenario is a band that pivots across the entire region or if dual banding sets up they conjoin. 

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Just now, The 4 Seasons said:

Thats a Feb 01 type of explosive shillackin'

I would certainly pay 100 for that to happen and i think, after this winter, many of us would 

I’d give one of everything  to repeat Feb 2001, beautiful daytime ripper

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Just now, Johnno said:

I’d give one of everything  to repeat Feb 2001, beautiful daytime ripper

Yeah thats my #1 all timer, to this day haven't seen flake size that big and CG lighting like that so close to me. The positive bust was the cherry on top, i remember the NWS calling for rain 2-3 days prior and the day before a watch was issued for 4-7, most stations were going in that general range for S CT. 

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