Monthly Archives: November 2010

>Europe Snowstorm 11/30

>Good afternoon. Let’s get right to it. There is a Europe storm occurring at this time. The image is from Accuweather. So, the storm is drawing moisture and energy from the ocean. With the chill coming down from the north, … Continue reading

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>Potential Major Snowstorm MW/GL

> Hello everyone! Well, data recieved from reputable meteorologists indicate that Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Cleveland could be in for quite a show in the next week or so. Accuweather is indicating that these areas could see some inches in snow … Continue reading

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>Arctic Outbreak OV/GL/NE Update #2

> The above picture is how far out the GFSS would like to say the outbreak will affect the US. Obviously, the Ohio Valley and New England are going in for it more than the midwest, so I adjusted the … Continue reading

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>Arctic Outbreak MW/GL Update #1

> Okay. Here’s the first update. I just refreshed the GFS model. So, in this new model image of upper air temps, we can see, compared to earlier forecasts, the GFS is pushing the outbreak farther around all angles of … Continue reading

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>Arctic Outbreak MW/GL Part 2

> This is the second update to the possible outbreak of arctic air in the MW/GL in 7 days. I have updated this for more evidence. The GFS has put up images of the outbreak. The following is a series … Continue reading

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>Arctic Outbreak MW/GL?!?!?

> Yes, that’s right folks! The ECMWF model has put out the fact that an arctic outbreak may occur this week in the Midwest and Great Lakes region. This time period was in the 7 day range going into 8 … Continue reading

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>WRF-AVN Model run

>This is for the next 60 hours. So, in hour 30, the AVN was tracking the storm that had come from the Northwest faster than the WRF was. The AVN had the front edge of the storm in the Dakotas … Continue reading

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