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  1. I think the 12Z model runs tomorrow are the ones to really start paying attention to as the RAOB network will be able to sample this thing of beauty off of the Oregon Coast. Look at that cold air aloft behind the storm. This one isn't playing around!
  2. Watching the coastal storm come together on water vapor off the SE coast is fascinating. I'm curious how far west the rain bands make it. Looks like there will be at least some icing concerns west of the big cities in New England, and in the interior given the low level cold modeled to be in place and WAA in the mid levels.
  3. This system for Mid-Late next week looks like it’s going to be quite impressive with severe weather. I’m curious how warm we can get in the east in the warm sector, and if we could get a formidable squall line along the trailing cold front...
  4. This looks mighty impressive next week for the Southern Plains and Mid South,
  5. Snow has at least temporarily mixed back in with the sleet here in Chalfont, PA (Bucks County) during the heavier precip burst. Further NE, you may be able to hold onto the snow a little longer if precip rates remain heavy.
  6. 18Z Euro is staying consistent. Look out Central PA
  7. The 12Z UKMET continues to be on the Eastern envelope with the surface low tracking through the lakes.
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