**Thanksgiving Weekend Storm?**

By: WeatherBobNut , 1:30 PM GMT on November 17, 2009

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Hi everyone, i thought it's been time i finally updated my blog. I've been watching the models closely and this mornings 06z runs look favorable for some snow here in Eastern Pa. Yes, it's many more runs away however, this has been on and off the models for the past 3 days. Just something to throw out there. Great to be back with all my weather friends here. WU sure has the best people.

Get your holiday decorating done over the next week because one thing i am sure of is, it's going to get cold, this late indian summer type temps are on their way out over the next week. Enjoy!

-Weatherbob

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24. WeatherBobNut
11:09 PM GMT on December 21, 2009
Hi guys, i'm here, i was just so disgusted with the last storm...many got 7, 12 , 15, 26, 31 inches...here in Old Forge, i got just over ONE pathetic inch...it's just about all gone already! Too much dry air was in place and with a dewpoint of 1% all day, i had 7 hours of Virga, nothing started reaching the ground until 5:30pm and by then, the storm was pulling away....A dissapointment for sure, but congrats to all who got a good storm, i can't be greedy.

I have to update my blog, things have been crazy around here with the holidays.

-Weatherbob
23. nadams
6:08 PM GMT on December 21, 2009
Berwick got about 3 inches total. I didn't actually measure. Was disappointed we didn't get slammed with the 23 inches that Phila got!
22. cisasteelersfan
12:17 PM GMT on December 21, 2009
I'm in Tunkhannock, we got 1-2 inches. not much at all
21. pennseyman
10:25 PM GMT on December 20, 2009
How much did you get...i got 4 inches in Blooming Grove. This steep driveway stinks but thank God for the 4 wheel drive. Maybe Christmas Eve we will get more.
20. cisasteelersfan
4:01 PM GMT on December 19, 2009
Bob, are we gonna get any accumulation today/tomorrow? I heard Philadelphia is gonna get nailed.
19. nadams
3:47 PM GMT on December 11, 2009
Looks like Sunday could get sloppy, depending on what the temps do. Still no big snow, but it is getting properly cold, now.
18. cisasteelersfan
3:13 PM GMT on December 09, 2009
My school was cancelled =D I hope the snow lasts awhile.. it's raining here
17. nadams
1:56 PM GMT on December 09, 2009
Well, I see lots of 2 hour delays and a few cancellations out there. Oh to be back in the days when snow meant a lazy start to the day :p

Work at the usual time for me, of course! I don't live far enough away to be able to call in my own 2 hour delay.
16. pennseyman
7:56 AM GMT on December 09, 2009
It's SNOWING hard at 3 am...lol
15. weathergeek5
1:56 AM GMT on December 09, 2009
Hello WEATHERBOB where are you?
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14. nadams
1:21 AM GMT on December 09, 2009
I'm guessing it'll all depend on just how cold it stays in your area. You know how Pennsylvania is... one town can see just rain, while a town 10 miles down the road gets all snow.

Regardless of what falls overnight, it looks like it will be gone by the end of the day. Much warmer day than today.
13. cisasteelersfan
10:29 PM GMT on December 08, 2009
What do you think are the chances we are going to have no school/school delay tomorrow? I was looking at some models, it looks like snow starting at about midnight, changing to rain about 4 am. So I don't know if there will be school or not.
12. nadams
7:26 PM GMT on December 08, 2009
Looks like we could have some sloppy weather tonight and into tomorrow!
11. pennseyman
5:54 AM GMT on December 06, 2009
Hello all! Well i got 4 inches in Blooming Grove along rt. 402 and according to the National Weather Service Dingmans Ferry got 6 inches so thanks Bob for the advanced warning on your blog. I hope everyone is safe out on the roadways...Take care.
10. nadams
7:37 PM GMT on December 01, 2009
Well, the trip to Kentucky is over. Had fairly uneventful driving. Ran into a little bit of snow coming across Western PA last night after 6 or so. Just a flurry or two. Only enough to just blow around behind the trucks a bit.

Looking forward to some more of the white stuff!
9. synthman19872003
3:33 AM GMT on November 21, 2009
Yeah, I've been looking at that possible storm too on the GFS over the past several days. You can certainly tell the southern branch is getting active! If this pattern continues through the Winter months (which I'm thinking it will), the eastern CONUS should be expecting lots of Wintry activity! =)
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8. WeatherBobNut
3:16 AM GMT on November 21, 2009
Hey guys!, i missed you all. Great to be back! I think we'll be using the 'ol snow blowers a lot this winter. Last winter was what i call a "broom winter" because that's all i needed all winter, nothing more than a broom to dust off the cars.

Well, great to see everyone all back and i'll tty all soon.
7. YellowSnow2
7:49 PM GMT on November 20, 2009
Hello Everyone! I am so excited... All indications are showing a brutal winter. Lots of snow and cold weather...
6. charlesimages
5:19 AM GMT on November 19, 2009
HEY BOB!! Nice to see you back around the blogs!
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5. WeatherBobNut
5:18 AM GMT on November 19, 2009
pennseyman-Great to see you here again, i'm looking forward to this winter season. Better get those tires on soon my friend because i think a major pattern shift is on it's way and many will be aware that old man winter means business this year for the east. A near perfect storm track is taking shape along with a blocking pattern and plenty of storms already showing up on the long range models, yes, these storms are a long way out but i think this year, the GFS will be dead on in calling longer range storms this year. Time will tell and it's just something i thought i'd throw out there.

You take care and a bit of rain coming over the next 24 hours, light stuff, mainly just a few tenths of an inch. The good stuff will come over the next 7-10 days, should get interesting!

-Weatherbob
4. pennseyman
11:24 PM GMT on November 18, 2009
Hi Bob and everyone else on his blog. I'm here too and look foward to reading up on your forcasts. Time to put the studded snow tires on, only one thing..they are so expensive! But i have to get them soon. See ya!
3. WeatherBobNut
4:23 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
Thanks for the warm welcome Blizzard92. I'm looking forward to all your blogs and sharing thoughts about the model runs and stormy times ahead. I have a feeling we're going to have fun this winter.

nadams-i hope you have a safe trip,i do think we will have a storm that weekend, but too far out to go into great detail. Take care and i'll be checking in soon.

-Weatherbob
2. nadams
9:30 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Hey Bob! I don't like to hear that it's going to get cold and possibly snowy over Thanksgiving weekend. I'm driving out to Kentucky, leaving Wednesday and returning Monday! At least it should be a bit warmer down there.

Still, I'm ready for some snow! Love this time of year, even with the cold temps and the increased heating bills. Of course, by about mid February I'll be ready to get back on the motorcycle again :)
1. Zachary Labe
9:21 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
WeatherBobNut- Welcome back! I am so glad to see everyone returned for another winter of fun here on Wunderground!
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