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Idea's about winter storm
01-25-2005, 06:01 PM (This post was last modified: 01-25-2005 06:04 PM by Jason234.)
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Idea's about winter storm
I think it will be a big ice threat in the Carolina's and as one travels further north it will be a mix around the I-95 corrider and all snow inland. Boston might have a shot at another blizzard. I think what will happen is a phaser will try and cut up through the Ohio valley but efforts will be futile, the energy will instead translate to the low off the carolina coast previously there and bomb it out. Due to the storms' energy being translated it will be pulled up to the cape, because these type of storms run on warming at the surface. In layman's terms-will try and feed it's self. I also think as the storm is intensifying it will aid in a reinforcing shot of colder air, due to the growth of a secondary high. The reason why we can't have a blizzard every week lie's in Canada. Right now it's very progressive, and longrange idea's indicate that a ULH will be forming in western Canada allowing the cold air to slide down into the east, only this time it will be in the Norhteast due 1. the negative NAO and 2. the mean trof position which is offshore at the moment. But since we are in a retrogressvie pattern that will slowly move back eastward. I have storng idea's about some amazing storms in Feb. that affect the mid-atlantic region-not only because i live there but because the analogs appear that way also. Keep in mind it is very diffcult to look at something objectively, like the models do. I think the GFS isn't totally out to lunch, with it's idea's. It's indicating a warm-up which is true, and it is indicating a stormy period-everything else it put out today was hogwash. I mean how do you get to 50 in NYC, with no southeast ridge, and the water temp. is in the mid to upper 30's.
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