Single Status Update
Hello, WxDisco posters and lurkers.
It seems that our depressive snowless pattern is coming to an end once we pass January 20th, the eastern CONUS looks to be flooded in cold air, and the southern stream seems to continue to be active. Those two put together can surely be explosive, especially with the pristine alignment of the tellies. Please stay tuned, as I´m gathering to open a thread for the January 23-26 time frame, and in it, you will get more details, well, at least those of you who do not mind posting in storm threads that are 10 to 15 days out.
So please, stay tuned, as this time frame is looking like it may be one of the highlights of the 2018-2019 winter season!
I will be working on it in hidden mode, but the thread should be open and visible to the whole forum very late today or early tomorrow morning.
See you there!
Agree with the cold air but it does not look like a favorables storm track for the East coast. More inland cutters and southern sliders in the latest runs. Hopefully that will adjust but sometimes trends are hard to break and although the cold may come in it doesn't look like the Atlantic is in for much change so progressive is the key word and thats not fun for big storms.
@PlanetMaster you know what they say, throw enough **** at the wall and some of it will stick. IMO we should get at least one big storm out of something.