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Solstice

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12Z Euro coming in stronger and further south then 0Z run overnight. Looking gooooooddd.

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Next few frames will either be OTS or she comes up. Lets see.

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12Z Euro 24 hour snow totals. Yikes! As said earlier. Good place to be at this point in time. There's a storm. period.

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Euro baby.  Massive cold high 

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Within my 10 day rule now!

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GFS and CMC a little too far to the northwest and EURO a little too far to the southeast. Hopefully corrects to the middle!

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10 minutes ago, RickRD said:

12Z Euro 24 hour snow totals. Yikes! As said earlier. Good place to be at this point in time. There's a storm. period.

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Hahahahahahaha. 1) I'm shivering just thinking about the temps associated with this. 2) Hahahahahahahaha 3.) I'm going skiing on virtual snow...wooo! 4) All school systems in the region have closed until further notice. 5) :weather:

Ok...now that I'm done oogling and laughing, that escalated quickly. Absolutely did not expect that output BUT moisture has been copious and this is bound to happen at some point this winter. 

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10 minutes ago, PA road DAWG said:

Euro baby.  Massive cold high 

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14 minutes ago, PA road DAWG said:

Euro baby.  Massive cold high 

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Euro you tease...

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35 minutes ago, PA road DAWG said:

Euro baby.  Massive cold high 

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Not sure if DC needs another shutdown

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12z Euro almost a neutral trough coming across Texas....usually not a good sign for an east coast snowstorm. It needs a strong push back from the north....obviously Euro did that on the 12z run thank to the strength and placement of the cold in eastern Canada

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55 minutes ago, PA road DAWG said:

Euro baby.  Massive cold high 

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Waiting for this to come into the NAM's wheelhouse. Only about 168 hours to go. 

 

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55 minutes ago, Snowadelphia said:

Not sure if DC needs another shutdown

There used to be a correlation between shutdowns and major snows.

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1 hour ago, Mcap77 said:

Because we are gluttons for punishment lol

True.

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Wow!  Looked at the Weather Channel, point and click forecast.  For this storm they already have us at 6-12" for this time period.  Obviously, this will change and unfortunately probably not even come close, but, I don't recall seeing that happen this far out.

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JMA - nice to see a normal wave pattern again.  No horribly positive troughs, NW flow over the NE or zonal flow.  Just some normal longwaves.

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17 minutes ago, Ahoff said:

Wow!  Looked at the Weather Channel, point and click forecast.  For this storm they already have us at 6-12" for this time period.  Obviously, this will change and unfortunately probably not even come close, but, I don't recall seeing that happen this far out.

I could be wrong but I believe those forecasts are just generated off the verbatim output of the GFS.

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48 minutes ago, Razo said:

I could be wrong but I believe those forecasts are just generated off the verbatim output of the GFS.

Probably, but still never saw them do it.  I've only ever seen them say snow showers and around an inch, regardless of how much any model showed at the same lead time.  Just surprised they would even say anything like that this early.

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18z gfs has a west-east bowling ball type system,,

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And this is what happens when HP moves out of the way..

Euro had HP in the perfect position, just not feasable to expect that to stay the same over the next 8 days lol

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Um - looks good to me:classic_wink:

 

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I-95 approves

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