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Just now, Webberweather said:

 

I have a feeling the SE US is gonna end up handing off the first couple storms in this pattern to the mid-Atlantic and my window probably isn't until about Jan 14-15th ish at the earliest. I personally don't feel super comfortable down here in south-central NC until there's a bit more snow cover to my north & as the high-latitude block continues retrograding & migrating poleward, both encouraging deeper, colder air masses to enter the picture.

 

If the vortex really develops underneath the ridge a SW has to run ENE out of the GULF and get you 

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32 minutes ago, PB GFI said:

Put these dates in your calendar

 

8th

12th

16th

 

It seriously doesn't get better than this.

 

Not all may hit, but 3 SW in 8 days would be a crazy run.

 

 

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Just realized put Jan 20 in there as well for SW # 4

 

 

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Remember where we have come from, the Euro had 60 degrees for this period

 

 

It's now reduced to this here. It's no wonder the colder option is continuing to evolve for the 4th.

 

 

 

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20 minutes ago, PB GFI said:

Remember where we have come from, the Euro had 60 degrees for this period

 

 

It's now reduced to this here. It's no wonder the colder option is continuing to evolve for the 4th.

 

 

 

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PB- interesting it’s down to 36 here now- so everything has cooled going into tomorrow & Sunday.

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26 minutes ago, rossi said:

PB- interesting it’s down to 36 here now- so everything has cooled going into tomorrow & Sunday.

 

I still think we change over to some wet flakes on the end.

But N of 80 should accumulate. 

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