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PA road DAWG

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PA road DAWG last won the day on November 30 2018

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    Few miles north of Scranton, PA

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    Is 2ft+ of snow too much to ask for ?

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  1. The ridge flexing its muscles. Not a good look at all
  2. Really not impressed with this system at all. The h5 don’t support anything good for snowfall.
  3. Omg. Close this thread down before Canada torches too lol SE RIDGE = winter death The surface does no justice to what actually is going on. Ugh
  4. Saw this article online, and it’s Worth the read. Hopefully it helps aid in sending this winter out with a bang. Maybe one of these upcoming systems can turn into something great https://m.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/breaking-el-nino-officially-declared/70007448
  5. This SE ridge off the SE tip of Florida will kill every system that tries to come our way. It’ll torch it. Sorry but just saying. This must disappear or it just won’t work.
  6. SE RIDGE = nuclear killer 12z gfs shows its effects on this system
  7. Was just looking over some data. It’s actually quite astonishing how much more accurate the 12z gfs run is compared to the 00z run. Also the fv3 wants to ramp up the next few systems whereas the og gfs says no. For this system The fv3 6z run has the SE ridge much further east compared to its 00z run allowing the system to gather more steam and produce a more widespread event. Just something to keep an eye on going forward. I attached the gif below for you all to see what I’m referring to.
  8. Yes good point. I failed to mention that. Just not our season this year not much you can do about it. Maybe we can get lucky and thread the needle once before the seasons over but who knows
  9. X Marks the Spot. this is the nuclear killer for any storm trying to form. The dreaded south east ridge. As much as I hate saying it I gotta call it as I see it. Still might provide a few inches in spots but this will be a sheared out mess for most with an H5 pattern looking like that
  10. I hope you’re not referring to my posts because I’m simply just stating as I see it. I think this system has could potentially drop a few inches, but anyone hoping for a bigger storm will be let down. Better be prepared than not at all. The reason I wanted to bring this up is because it certainly has the right origin (GOM), and certainly looks like it could be great (bowling ball into cold air look)......but the h5 simply doesn’t allow it to do what it wants to do. With that being said, I think it’ll definitley toss down a few inches to help replenish the deficit of snow most are dealing with. Going to the finger lakes on the 23-24 with the wife and friends so I’m assuming a storm will be coming around then haha
  11. I’m referring to the system right after that one you showed.
  12. Ok, I didn’t take notice to that. Sounds good Yea, it could toss down a few inches, but I think essentially it’ll get sheared out if what’s shown remains as it gets closer in time. It sure looks like that rock bowling ball look at first, but the H5’s tell a different story
  13. I hate to play the Debbie downer, but I’m not as enthused about this system as others might be and I’ll explain why. If you look at the animated image I attached the SE ridge plays a prominent villain like role for this system. The energy that dives in and “wants” to create a bigger storm. But it gets squashed and “ sheared out” as it approaches that dreadful ridge. Just my 2 cents from what I’ve learned over the past 18 years tracking storms.
  14. I’m confused, is that the right storm for this thread ? I believe that one should be 20-21 and the smaller previous one is 18-19
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