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  1. AllanWeather NYC

    [Eastern US] December 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    Surface doesn't reflect the upper-air on the ICON all too well. We got one piece of the puzzle trending the right way (for Mid-Atl/NE snow) with the first of the 0z models. Will it continue?!
  2. AllanWeather NYC

    [Eastern US] December 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    The best part to see is that the 'kicker' in the Northern stream is OUT OF THE WAY (almost). If so, the path has less resistance to curl up.
  3. AllanWeather NYC

    [Eastern US] December 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    ICON at Hour 81 looking nicer I'd say, than the previous run at 500. Not too sure about surface.
  4. AllanWeather NYC

    [Eastern US] December 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    It's all good.
  5. AllanWeather NYC

    [Eastern US] December 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    I've learned to add my handle after repeated 'takings' last winter. Once, Barstool Sports used my graphic, but cut off part of it. It's great to see people sharing my stuff, don't get me wrong there! It's just that I hope we all get to do it the right way.
  6. AllanWeather NYC

    [Eastern US] December 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    Yes, this is MY graphic. Spent a LONG time making this...with the P-types pictured being my best blend of the two scenarios, models, current obs/teleconnections, and analogs. At this point, it's hard to pick a scenario (or in between). I'd ever-so-slightly lean to #2 due to the NAO/PNA not being fully favorable. But, there are some echos of big coastal storms as well. 'Checkpoint' #1 comes Wednesday imo. We'll see where we stand with the models, and setup in 250/500 out ahead of the event.
  7. AllanWeather NYC

    March 20-22 Winter Storm Threat Part I

    The biggest positive so far is the trough axis turning neutral faster. The biggest negative so far is the lingering of the block a little further south...but that I think is overshadowed by the tilt, if it goes negative...
  8. AllanWeather NYC

    Winter 2017-2018 -- The Encore

    The Canadian has one quicker moving low as there's not enough blocking and a more progressive flow...nevertheless, the same narrow swath of snowfall between I-76 and I-80 and into Central Jersey and NYC. Weird to say the least...
  9. AllanWeather NYC

    Winter 2017-2018 -- The Encore

    Big totals for Jersey along the Parkway, and along the LIE...I wish I could take this with no grain of salt...
  10. AllanWeather NYC

    Winter 2017-2018 -- The Encore

    Good thing I recorded tomorrow morning's weather cut-in on Wibbage FM 94.3 noting the potential for a south shift meaning the chance for heavy snow Wednesday for South Jersey...
  11. AllanWeather NYC

    Winter 2017-2018 -- The Encore

    The key is the slightly better PNA and consolidation of energy being released off the coast at a better time. Slow-moving light-moderate snow after 6-12 hours of heavy snow would allow for any intensity snow to continue sticking...another bright side to this run.
  12. AllanWeather NYC

    Winter 2017-2018 -- The Encore

    This GFS seems to hold back the energy and "let it go" at a better time...energy also seems more consolidated...look out I-80 and into Long Island for this run...
  13. AllanWeather NYC

    Winter 2017-2018 -- The Encore

    I created this graphic a bit earlier trying to best exemplify to the public about the storm threat. To be honest, this is very wrong...but how could one explain to the viewer the complexity of this storm(s)?
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