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  1. Event Horizon

    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    The difference is the Grand Planetary alignment. The fast flow near Siberia might knock the ridge down. Preventing an inland track.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    Lima bean shaped lobe. Yup. Definitely gonna be a hit.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    It was during what the Cubans called "The King of Cold". The Arctic Air Invaded the entire Continental US. The cold air even seeped down to Cuba.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    Almost looks like the S word.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    Not suppression. More like a fast bowling ball. Probably would have hit Eastern New England very hard.
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    Rant N' Rave (Banter) Thread

    If we do have an unconducive pattern. Then I'll just wait for Spring. I don't mind. Although what bothers me is that if NYC doesn't get another 12" of snowfall. Then something would be very wrong with that. D.C. and Richmond having more snow than NYC? Yeah. Seems strange and suspicious.
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    Rant N' Rave (Banter) Thread

    These tweets aren't entirely negative. There's still a chance. However we need a retrograding ridge into Greenland. That will slow the flow and produce a great event for us.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    I really hope we can get a bit of strengthening before Mid February. Preferably at Nino 3.4 and 4.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    Do we have a Niño right now?
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    It's a low-end MECS. This also depends on the PNA. Will it be strong and sturdy? Or weak and dented?
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    Considering the lack of blocking, the highest potential for the 28th storm is a MECS at best. Just need the tpv to scootch back a little. The perfect axis for elongated troughs like this is between Milwaukee, WI and Minneapolis, MN. The axis for this storm is close to the east of Chicago so far. This type of axis would be perfect for New England for MECS to HECS potential.
  12. Yeah. Some of their warm surges were utterly ridiculous.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    We need to see a consensus on how fast the stream tilts. Although not for another 4-5 days. That's the key to getting a SECS or a MECS.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    It's strong. Really strong.
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    [Eastern US] Jan. 2019 Pattern & Forecast Discussion #2

    Sorry. I meant to say that this one will be like 95 because of the fact that it impacted New England far greater than NYC.
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