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Just now, 33andrain said:

Let's do this.

18z euro!

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I think the 18z euro will be further south now that Saturday is bombing out 

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Hr 81 snowing from ttn north. 

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It's warm again. Euro, Navy and JMA vs everything!

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The low looks to be over the mid Atlantic at 996. That’s too strong for us to fight off the mid level warmth 

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1 minute ago, 33andrain said:

It's warm again. Euro, Navy and JMA vs everything!

I really do not understand how Sunday night can be amped if Saturday is amped.

It's not even enough wave spacing to allow that to happen.

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Just now, Allsnow said:

The low looks to be over the mid Atlantic at 996. That’s too strong for us to fight off the mid level warmth 

990 over nyc... just to amped for us 

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When the Navy is warm and the euro is warm generally that is a bad sign. Typically the Nav gem is the farthest east even if it does suck. We still have time but it may be time to start thinking the Euro is right. GFS ensembles have been horrible all year so who knows. 

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2 minutes ago, djdude2122 said:

When the Navy is warm and the euro is warm generally that is a bad sign. Typically the Nav gem is the farthest east even if it does suck. We still have time but it may be time to start thinking the Euro is right. GFS ensembles have been horrible all year so who knows. 

This above is all anecdotal but you should note the Navy came east about 200 miles in a single run at 18z.

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4 minutes ago, 33andrain said:

This above is all anecdotal but you should note the Navy came east about 200 miles in a single run at 18z.

I agree . It would be nice to see that keep going east though. The Euro is unsettling, let’s be honest. Did the EPS run at 18z?

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22 minutes ago, StatenWX said:

Here’s navy temp maps lads.

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That is a solid hit...

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For this storm let's see what the Saturday storm does and it's evolution time atructure. Slower and deep suppresses heights for this coatail storm to be more progressive and not get so amped ala EURO. Possibly act as a pseudo block as well if it deepens enough. 

Interesting tracking times for sure. 

 

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Nam is super amped and inland. Take it for what it’s worth at this time frame

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