Snow Threat Sunday-Monday - Middle Atlantic States

By: Pcroton , 12:08 AM GMT on March 14, 2014

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Update Section, March 16, 4PM

Afternoon analysis shows that the earlier model solutions showed the high pressure suppression as too strong and storm impacts have nudged northward through Central NJ.


Updates begin on Post #267







March 16, 8AM

Snow and Ice threatens the Middle Atlantic states while Severe Weather hits the Gulf Coast and Florida.

Updates Posts 228-233





Updates Posts 228-233






Blog Opening, March 13, 9PM

A potential snow storm threat exists for the Middle Atlantic States for Sunday into Monday.






Two pieces of energy will combine over the Southern Plains on Saturday.








Here are the 12Z Models from 3/13 - centered at 96hr time frame - 8AM Monday.





Notice the amount of energy we are dealing with of which the models have resolved strung out along the frontal system. These scenarios frequently change as guidance nears in on the event. It would be unwise to trust any model guidance at this distance. Recently we have been somewhere in the 48 to 72 hour window where guidance has locked in. This would be the Friday 12Z runs or perhaps Saturday 0Z runs.




Recently guidance has been struggling with storm systems due to the pattern changing and the split flow patterns in the 500MB layer. The result is wildly ranging model solutions both individually and as a group. Note how wild the pattern is through the Pacific and Western US/Canada. These multiple stream splits will undoubtedly give the models fits.






What we know is a system will enter the Southern Plains on Saturday bringing the chance of severe weather. How the storm tracks from here is in question at this time.








The HPC appears to be fairly interested in the threat.

HPC guidance through 8AM Monday.











The NAO is once again going to be near neutral timed with yet another storm threat. While we've never gotten the "strong negative NAO" we heard was coming most of the winter (and never did) there was always this little dip that coincided with our storm threats along the upper middle atlantic coast.







Taking a peek at the long term it appears the Pacific features that were driving our cold weather outbreaks has begun to break up.


The dominating North Pacific SST anomaly has been relaxing.







The PNA is heading negative.







Our jet stream will feature quite an amplified yet fast moving pattern resulting in quite the temperature roller coaster. No longer are we locked into a persistently strong East Pacific ridge and thus Eastern trough.









Looking ahead we appear to be remaining on the cool side although not nearly as brutal as before.







Here are your CFS2 Temperature and Precipitation Maps. It appears through at least April we will remain cool.


The weeklies:















April Monthly:






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213. Pcroton
11:52 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Quoting 211. noreasterrrrr:
Oh yea thats right, almost every storm! !!!!!!! Lol.



Every time. One thing that has not been common is the surprise return of higher totals once guidance "took it away from us" after "giving it to us on earlier runs" though. That I haven't seen.

0Z runs will be interesting. I never know if I will try to see them at night or just wait until the morning.

No reason to really hang around for it since we're not talking about a blockbuster event here.
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212. Pcroton
11:50 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Looking at the WV in Post 206 is mesmerizing with the sub-tropical connection this storm has. Another big player.



Something else to watch in the WV is the arc of clouds highlighted in red below - that's what will show the effects of the high - how far north does that arc remain. The suppression itself comes from the blue arc drawn on the map which hasn't progressed southward.


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211. noreasterrrrr
11:49 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Oh yea thats right, almost every storm! !!!!!!! Lol.
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210. noreasterrrrr
11:49 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
P have u seen a forecast that's supposed to do one thing..then 24 hours before the event (which is about now) something changes ?
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209. Pcroton
11:44 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
This southern track seems entirely based on the idea that the northern high we see on the maps will force the storm track to bend ESE for a while in the mid-south. If that happens - then it's the southern solution that verifies. If we don't see that push south like that and instead the low just continues on it's gentle ENE movement then the northern solution will verify.



That's what we watch for tomorrow morning to mid day.

As we can see tonight on the evolving pressure maps it sure seems like the storm is extending NNE'ward towards Iowa and the SE corner of the high in Minnesota is a bit eroded to the NW at this time.




Does the high overcome this during the night? Does the low win this battle a bit more and prevent that ESE storm track through the Mid-South?

I don't think we will have an answer to that until we see it happening.

0Z guidance should give us a good hint though now that it will have a fairly well developed storm system to init from. This could be why the 18Z models went north a bit - because they have a better data to work with from a more organized storm.


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208. noreasterrrrr
11:40 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Boy I think that PV will be a late player in the game..look how moisture is bombing and intensifying in the south. If the northern influence to push storm south is even 10 hours late, wouldnt that make a big difference in track or no?
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207. Pcroton
11:38 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Quoting 205. noreasterrrrr:
Hopefully hopefully hoooppeeffuullyy...trends of subtle shifts north slowly but steadily continue thriw the night into tomorrow...maybe I can be in a solid 2-4 and u can push a half foot..I know those numbers would be max especially for me but at least it will make things white again ;)


Now that....is a big dream there my friend. We know nothing is impossible but that's unlikely.

Hopefully we will know by tomorrow. 0Z runs will confirm or deny the subtle northward movements of the 18Z guidance and GFS overall today - same with CMC/GEM going back a bit north at 12Z from 0Z.

We'll see.
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206. Pcroton
11:36 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
New pressure maps out. 7PM.









And watching the WV to see the polar influences and how much they will keep the storm south.




There's nothing really tell tale yet there. Watching Lake Superior I see a stalled boundary going west to east...nothing southerly coming yet. Over Kansas and Missouri I see moisture streaming northward.
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205. noreasterrrrr
11:31 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Hopefully hopefully hoooppeeffuullyy...trends of subtle shifts north slowly but steadily continue thriw the night into tomorrow...maybe I can be in a solid 2-4 and u can push a half foot..I know those numbers would be max especially for me but at least it will make things white again ;)
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204. Pcroton
11:31 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Upton, also written before the 18Z guidance. Interesting to read because the GFS 12Z leaned back towards a more phased event. Nothing huge but we saw the difference from 0Z. These minor difference mean a lot in the immediate border zones because of the tight contours. The two going solutions are minor in difference but change me from a quick scraping and salted roads to plows.


MODELS CONTINUE TO TREND TOWARDS A LESS PHASED (MORE SPLIT) AND
PROGRESSIVE UPPER FLOW FOR SUNDAY NIGHT/MONDAY...WITH LOW PRESSURE
EXITING WELL SOUTH AND EAST OF THE REGION MONDAY NIGHT. FORECAST
HAS THEREFORE BEEN TRENDING TO DRY. POLAR HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN
ITS WAKE WITH TEMPS SEVERAL DEGREES BELOW SEASONABLE MONDAY NIGHT
INTO TUESDAY.

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203. Pcroton
11:26 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Quoting 201. noreasterrrrr:
Maybe I will get a cpl inches here P.. the 18z nam is the only model showing me being dry..the rest give a 1-3 about


Seems like you have a shot at the 1-2" range if this "northern" solution that seems to have several members on board now prevailed.

Officially you are 0-1" at the moment.


For me it's making a world of difference. Southern side gives me 1-2", closer to the 2" line. Northern side gives me 4-5".

With such a tight contoured gradient it's really a world of difference for me here. 1-2" is nothing. 4-5" means plows.


Another nice looking storm developing.











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202. Pcroton
11:19 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Mount Holly discussion... prior to the 18Z runs. They are calling the NAM the "driest run" which is odd since it's clearly the wettest. Unsure what/why they are saying that. They are dismissing the GFS as being too north and too wet - which well,it's not too wet when compared to the NAM or GEM/CMC.

So I don't know what they're seeing here honestly.

Still worth the read as they clearly are unsure where in central NJ to halt the accumulations.

The models we've watched this afternoon (gfs/gem) and evening (gfs/nam) have clearly re-introduced more accumulations to central NJ.

Can't believe at this stage we're still saying "Ok, I see that, now let's see what the 0Z runs confirm or deny!"

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.Long term /sunday night through saturday/...
The most active portion of the extendd fcst occurs erly in the pd.
Cold high pressure will be anchored to the n as an area of low
pres develops acrs the srn plains and moves newd off the srn mid-
atlc cst.

The mdls still are having some differences wrt this sys. However,
a few things have become clearer. The aforementioned high is a bit
stronger which induced a swd shift in the main precip shield. The
swd shift seems to have stopped (at least for now), but even with
that, the mdl diffs in the strength of the high, the low posn and
the qpf will make a world of difference in what occurs.

The nam/wrf which 24 hours ago was the wettest/snowiest soln has
now turned 180 degrees and is the driest.

Despite a stronger high and most of the mdls keeping their srn
precip shield, the gfs has had a significant nwd shift with its
15/12z run. This is likely due to its higher qpf and forcing at
700 mb, but is suspicious nonetheless and is being ignored for
this fcst.

The cmc and ecmwf are a bit wetter than prev runs, but both have a
fairly tight gradient. Exactly where that gradient sets up is the
most important question. It still appears as though the heaviest
snow will be over the delmarva and portion of extreme srn nj, with
nrn portions of the area getting very little, if anything.

It also appears that the brunt of the snow should be over durg the
mrng hours and the whole event should be done by erly aftn if not
sooner.

Based on the ltst fcst, have issued a ws watch for the delmarva
and portions of extreme srn nj where confidence is highest.
For the counties bordering the watch, it may end up being an advy
situation, but again, where the gradient sets up will ultimately
determine that. The headlines may need to be adjusted one way or
the other as additional data becomes available.

In many ways, this event is similar to the march 3 system, but
that one continued to shift swd, where at least for now that
progression has stopped.



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201. noreasterrrrr
11:14 PM GMT on March 15, 2014
Maybe I will get a cpl inches here P.. the 18z nam is the only model showing me being dry..the rest give a 1-3 about
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18Z GFS Precip.




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18Z GFS snow map out.




So the 12Z and 18Z GFS, the 12Z GEM/CMC, and the 18Z NAM all show generally the same swath of snow. Some differing max totals but it's the same track/swath.







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18Z GFS





HPC 2"




HPC 8"




HPC 50th Percentile:




HPC Maximum Worst Case:




HPC Ice > 0.10"



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18Z GFS seems to have initialized nicely at 500mb.


18Z 500MB Analysis:




18Z GFS 0HR:





Well, lets see where the "Never trust the 18Z GFS guidance" guidance takes us.



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It's a pretty impressive feature unfolding this evening. Sure seems more intense than expected.









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And here is why the NAM went so stupid on QPF totals.

It explodes the second low on Wednesday. LOL not a chance...

March 17:





March 19:






here is the QPF for just Sunday-Monday:




The Wednesday low has no snow with it on the model output.

Strange solution. Got to be in error.
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18Z NAM went north. It also went incredibly unreasonable on QPF totals. This model...has seemingly been pretty bad with this storm so far.









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Too cold. I mean, not compared to the sub zero I felt earlier this year, but still, I want to stay in the 70s.
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LOL it sounds like nobody wants this storm. Too funny. Honestly if all I am getting is an inch or two of slush why bother mucking things up just go dry. If it snows I want at least 4" and that doesn't look possible.


They pretreated all our roads here in Tinton Falls NJ. Liquid spray.


Also the storm is timing about as well as possible to get maximum potential accumulation out of a March storm: Temps in the 20s and at night.

Guidance at 8AM is COLD too. GFS a little marginal along the SE Delaware and Maryland shorelines. If the sun is up and you're 31-34 degrees your snowfall will melt fairly easily from underneath and as it falls on any bare surfaces.





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GEM completely crushing me. WHY. Why is it that when I don't want it the models want to bury me in it?
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Looking like the best time for accumulation is Sunday night for my area. I really do not want this to happen, but it's happening.

I never imagined I'd be saying "Please no snow." Not to mention the fact that VDOT is over its budget for snow removal by several million dollars this year so far, and couple that with the fact that this is going to start with rain.

Point being, they're probably not going to risk pre-treating the roads if there's a chance it could get washed away before the frozen precip. starts, especially if they're tight on funds.
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Euro has decided this storm is just awful.









The GEM is still a fan.





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Wakefield just upped their totals as did Mount Holly for Delaware. Upton has joined the party.








DC and State College remain the same as the above post.

Quoting 187. evsnds:
Wakefield just put a good portion of Central VA under watches.



Yup we're finally getting into the proper window to start issuing advisories.






Quoting 185. evsnds:


Is that just for this year because it has been so stormy this winter?

If so, that's hilariously cruel.

"Sure kids, take a day off, play in the cold, wet crap on the ground, in the meantime we will knock a day off the time you have to mess around by the poolside!"



So true. It's funny seeing the kids now wise to the fact that they can't just outright miss a day of school so now they don't want the snow.


Quoting 184. johnbluedog69:
we'll just have to see what happens here in southern Delaware. my two little boys love the snow but they dont want to lose another day of summer vacation either.each snow day they miss now they lose a day of summer vacation...



My guess is a lot of delayed openings. It's going to get fairly warm fairly quickly on Monday morning so if you were to score low say 4" and they get a plow through or the roads are well treated in advance then by 10am or so the roads shouldn't be much more than slush. If you head 6" or more then that's a different story.

Of course it's coming overnight and by around 7-8AM it should be at it's heaviest.

I would think schools will try their best to make the day count if they can.

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Wakefield just put a good portion of Central VA under watches.
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yup they have missed so many "snow" days this year they have to make up the extra days by getting out for summer vac. later i would bet they have missed between 10 and 14 days this year due to snow or icy conditions
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Quoting 184. johnbluedog69:
we'll just have to see what happens here in southern Delaware. my two little boys love the snow but they dont want to lose another day of summer vacation either.each snow day they miss now they lose a day of summer vacation...


Is that just for this year because it has been so stormy this winter?

If so, that's hilariously cruel.

"Sure kids, take a day off, play in the cold, wet crap on the ground, in the meantime we will knock a day off the time you have to mess around by the poolside!"
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we'll just have to see what happens here in southern Delaware. my two little boys love the snow but they dont want to lose another day of summer vacation either.each snow day they miss now they lose a day of summer vacation...
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12Z GFS Precip

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12Z GFS Snow



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Quoting 178. originalLT:
"P", why are they still going with snow, when just about all the models say "no" for NYC?


Well we have to be careful with how we read some of the models.

Those model maps aren't perfect and a lot of the time they are QPF images spanning 3 or 6 hours...and not a radar simulation of the event.

Example is perfect with the 12Z NAM:


Here is the QPF frame for 48 hours.




Here is the radar simulation frame 48 for hours.





Why such a discrepancy I don't know...but this is just one way the models can be misleading.
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Quoting 173. trHUrrIXC5MMX:

these weak storms are problematic and models can[t handle them too well... strong storms are easier to forecast as there are larger and stronger masses of energy that can't really "vanish" so easily.

Same goes for weak tropical cyclones


There has been a lot complicating matters.

The multiple split flow jet streams.
The multi-lowed solutions / strung out energy.

Have also been contributing factors to causing guidance problems.


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"P", why are they still going with snow, when just about all the models say "no" for NYC?
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WCBS News Radio here still is mentioning some snow in their forecasting for NYC--although, saying it will be heavier South of the City. These are live broadcasts, actually being made by Accuweather for WCBS, on the weekends. Meteorologist Frank Straight (from Accuweather) was just on.
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NWS Upton for Manhattan Zone

121PM

SUNDAY NIGHT
CLOUDY WITH A 50 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW. LOWS IN THE
LOWER 20S. NORTH WINDS 10 TO 15 MPH.

MONDAY
MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A 50 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW. COLD WITH
HIGHS IN THE LOWER 30S. NORTHEAST WINDS 10 TO 15 MPH.

MONDAY NIGHT
MOSTLY CLOUDY. A CHANCE OF SNOW IN THE EVENING. LOWS
IN THE LOWER 20S. CHANCE OF SNOW 30 PERCENT.


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12Z NAM:

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Quoting 168. jaypup:
I think the NAM is handling this storm poorly. It is too far south and snowfall map is a bit overdone. I think the GFS might come out the winner with this storm.


I kind of feel the same way. There hasn't been any continuity with the NAM aside from ridiculously high snowfall numbers.


Here's the 12Z NAM Precip:




Here's the 12Z CMC run:




I think the CMC has a good idea here just as the GFS seems to.


12Z GFS:






Seems to be a good consensus there GFS/CMC

NAM has just been too far out of bounds first too far north and now too far south - and just double the snow or more than would be realistic.
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Quoting 172. evsnds:


This makes sense as well. I guess we will just have to wait until Tuesday to find out what really happened. I don't want anymore snow here in VA.

these weak storms are problematic and models can[t handle them too well... strong storms are easier to forecast as there are larger and stronger masses of energy that can't really "vanish" so easily.

Same goes for weak tropical cyclones
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Quoting 171. trHUrrIXC5MMX:
I wouldn't totally disregard NAM's idea.
Earlier there was a storm on which most of us failed to rightly forecast due to it's southward shifts every time... from calling 6-10" in NYC ended up being a sunny day and snow as far down in North Carolina.

The storm is weaker than estimated, the arctic high is stronger pushing the storm further south... this storm is expected to remain weak enough so this is why NAM does this...
I wound't be surprised if in fact the runs shift the storm south of DC


This makes sense as well. I guess we will just have to wait until Tuesday to find out what really happened. I don't want anymore snow here in VA.
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Quoting 170. evsnds:


NAM is too far south, where as earlier it was too far north. I still wouldn't consider the NAM an outlier as of yet, if it holds position on that track then it is worth taking into account. I'd go with the GFS, and bring the swath about 30-50 miles south and you have your winner.
I wouldn't totally disregard NAM's idea.
Earlier there was a storm on which most of us failed to rightly forecast due to it's southward shifts every time... from calling 6-10" in NYC ended up being a sunny day and snow as far down in North Carolina.

The storm is weaker than estimated, the arctic high is stronger pushing the storm further south... this storm is expected to remain weak enough so this is why NAM does this...
I wound't be surprised if in fact the runs shift the storm south of DC
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Quoting 169. trHUrrIXC5MMX:
Nam likes to swing and swing...

now it's going S of DC...wow


NAM is too far south, where as earlier it was too far north. I still wouldn't consider the NAM an outlier as of yet, if it holds position on that track then it is worth taking into account. I'd go with the GFS, and bring the swath about 30-50 miles south and you have your winner.
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Nam likes to swing and swing...

now it's going S of DC...wow
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I think the NAM is handling this storm poorly. It is too far south and snowfall map is a bit overdone. I think the GFS might come out the winner with this storm.
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Damnit...I didn't see this coming. Making contingency plans now if I can't make my flight on Monday. Truth be told I really don't want to go anyways, so I'm kind of hoping that DC gets bombed and my flight gets cancelled.

Looks pretty good so far.
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12Z NAM Snowfall Map.

Even if you like where it lays the snow swath you need the cut the totals in HALF that this shows. In no way does this storm drop a solid 12-15" of snow across the region - anywhere.






Your HPC 12" probabilities. Only place that has a remote shot at that is NW Virginia where they break 40% potential.





I will say the four inch potential of the storm according to the HPC is still pretty good from central NJ southward.




However if the rest of the 12Z guidance continues to be on the south side or even further south than before then you got to start questioning even these graphics.


Bottom line this is a March 3rd repeat. Still just not yet confirmed on if it snows and how much between say the Atlantic City Expressway and New York City. Totals are still kind of up in the air especially in central NJ as this region could go anywhere from 0-5".




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Gary S Comments...


Gary Szatkowski ‏@GarySzatkowski 1h

Just a general comment about the upcoming storm. General snowfall forecasts, regardless of the source, seem to be leaning lower.

When I look at envelope of possible ensemble solutions for storm, human forecasts are under consensus average, let alone worst case scenario

That's what humans are supposed to do, add value to simple machine output. Question is are we fighting this storm or the last one.

What should you do? In the short term, just keep an eye on the forecast a couple times a day. Don't be shocked by changes.

There is no such thing as an easy forecast for a March snowstorm in this part of the world.

And when will we know for certain how the Sunday night/Monday storm will turn out?? Tuesday. But you knew I was going to say that.


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Quoting 161. evsnds:
12Z NAM is way too south. I'm liking the GFS right now, I haven't seen the 12Z yet but I'm hearing that it's going south as well.

I think if we take the 0z/6z and move it about 40-50 miles south, the GFS has it nailed.



Not sure yet. Don't really trust the NAM since it mishandled the storm from the start. Went from far north to far south. The NAM is also too wet.

I am curious about the 12Z GFS run as well since the 6Z GFS had slid a little north.

It's as if the GFS/NAM flipped sides today.

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Now we're gusting well into the 40s. Came up really quick.




The storm is beginning to organize in the plains. You can also see the very strong high in Canada that will move East in tandem with the storm thus keeping it on a southern track with a strong QPF cutoff in the north.




Both the northern and southern areas of disturbed weather will combine over the southern plains today.







Stormy in the south.









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