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  1. Im not sure how accurate this is, but the Snow Depth map from Pivotal Weather shows 50+ inches in West Virginia from that storm the Fv3-GFS showed.....
  2. 18z GEFS (Significant shift south versus 12z)
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Disc. #2

    Im not as bright-minded as other folks on the forum, so if there is anything wrong with my post, feel free to correct it accordingly.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Disc. #2

    For folks in the SE, especially NC and SE Va, you may want to monitor trends with this system. Eric Webb has been all over the potential for further NW adjustments of this system, and it could surprise folks in the mentioned areas. The 18z NAM is currently hot off the press and shows some more amplification of the shortwave off the Florida coast, with precip expanding further westward in time and possible wet snow breaking out across Eastern NC and SE VA during the afternoon of the 28th. Further adjustments could be possible, and as more mesoscale models capture this system things should become clearer. This could affect me locally, so the NW trends over the last 24hrs are eye-catching. Here is a 5 run trend of the NAM regarding the system
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Disc. #2

    Hmm... worth watching in the Southeast.
  6. Seems the more likely possibility, but i would still take it with a grain of salt. Thursday/Friday is a good date to really think about snow amounts IMO.
  7. I spot a 468 in Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin; Whoa!
  8. Personally would root for e5, e11, e13, e14, e15 to bring some snow to the VA coast. Maybe I get lucky with some back-end thumping
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