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  1. Looks like the winter of 2018-2019 might end up as the least snowiest on record for me. So I might as well start up the winter 2019-2020 thread. This is also my first time opening a thread!!!!!
  2. Been a while since I last made a long-range thread. But this time period looks promising in terms of flow. Let's take a stab at it, shall we? If it doesn't pan out, there's always March . BSR 500mb. I like where that flow is positioned. Right off the coast, maybe a tad too close to land, but hey these aren't specifics. Just the flow. BSR surface. Quite a mess to be honest, but look at the amount of storms there. I guess the energy is there to work with the flow . GFS and FV3-GFS. 300+ hours out so obviously this doesn't matter one bit. Just included for those who like maps. GFS EAR. I like that storm moving out from Japan. Interesting storm trailing it too. Note the tropical system down there too - will be something to watch. GEM EAR. Pretty much same comment as the previous one repeated. GFS northern hemisphere. Note the various small waves across East Asia compared to the flat flow earlier. Will be interesting to watch the chaos it evokes on modeling.
  3. Just dusting off the cobwebs for winter. Let's take a stab at it, shall we? BSR. Looks like it could be a coastal scraper. Notice the eastward track of that high pressure. SOI. Noticable drops on the 11th and 12th. If I recall correctly storms tend to come around the first delta change? Typhoon Rule / EAR. Included a ridiculously long loop to highlight the activity in the Pacific. Yes, unlikely that all plays out - but the ingredients are there. Ran out of patience / skills to try my hand at the the fancy stuff @Poconosnow and @UTSwiinii do. Hopefully all those able to can add . Here's to an autumn and winter of tracking and snow!
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