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01-04-2011, 07:36 PM
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[SIZE="3"]KINDA BULLISH BEING 9 DAYS OUT BUT THE MODELS HAVE BEEN PRETTY CONSISTENT:
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[SIZE="3"]KLFY TV 10 Wx BLOG[/SIZE]

Latest Model Runs Show Arctic Blast…
http://livedoppler10.com/?p=3194
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The Arctic air is on the map Tuesday afternoon, with a huge pocket of sub-zero air across Central and Northern Canada. The computer models have been very consistent over the past few days in taking this air westward, then southward into next week. A monster area of high pressure is prognosticated to move down the spine of the Rockies, setting up a persistent northerly flow for areas east of there for much of next week. The northerly winds will drive our highs down into the 40s, and perhaps even the 30s, by the end of the week. That will set the stage for lows in the 20s, if not colder. What continues to be interesting, as Heath mentioned in the previous post, is the possibility of some wintry precip by the end of next week. If a low forms in the Gulf and throws moisture back into the cold air, we could see some snow - for the third winter in a row! Here is the Tuesday morning run of the long-range GFS model, valid next Thursday evening, January 13, at 6 PM.

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If this were to verify, there would be a swath of snow from Texas to the Florida Panhandle. Odds are the actual scenario will be different than this. However, the probability of a significant Arctic outbreak looks higher by the day and with the cold air in place, any sort of precipitation that manages to form could be of the frozen variety. We’ll certainly keep watching the latest model runs and keep you posted on the potential.

By David Paul, January 4, 2011, 6:05 pm o'clock


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01-04-2011, 08:51 PM
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Joe,
I've just finished a Christmas with 9"-10" of snow up here in the Ga. mountains,and am going to be in East Texas at that time. Are you telling me I might have it AGAIN? It seems to be following me!!!
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01-04-2011, 09:41 PM
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warwoman Wrote:Joe,
I've just finished a Christmas with 9"-10" of snow up here in the Ga. mountains,and am going to be in East Texas at that time. Are you telling me I might have it AGAIN? It seems to be following me!!!

Yes you are and my kids and I want to thank you. Looks like we might get a double shot of snow - 1st) Jan 13th and 2nd) Jan 17th.

Bring it baby.

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01-04-2011, 09:47 PM
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LK Charles NWS chiming in on at least the COLD AIR MASS moving in next week:

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LAKE CHARLES LA
654 PM CST TUE JAN 4 2011

Quote:THE REMAINDER OF THE WORK WEEK LOOKS DRY AS NWRLY FLOW SETS UP
ALOFT AND SFC HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER. NEXT RAIN CHANCES COME
OVER THE WEEKEND AS THE NEXT MAJOR STORM SYSTEM CRASHES ASHORE
ALONG THE BAJA CALIFORNIA AND CROSSES OLD MEXICO...[COLOR="blue"]HELPING INDUCE
A SFC LOW OVER TX. WITH AMPLE MOISTURE PROGGED TO ACCOMPANY THIS
SYSTEM EXPECT SCATTERED SHOWERS TO DEVELOP...ALTHOUGH THE TIMING
DIFFERENCES IN THE GFS/ECMWF HAVE LED TO KEEPING SLIGHTLY LOWER
POPS IN THE FORECAST FOR NOW. MUCH COLDER AIR REMAINS PROGGED TO
RUSH IN BEHIND THE FRONT AS ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE RIDGES OVER WITH
HIGHS JUST BEYOND THE TIME FRAME OF THIS FORECAST PERIOD ONLY
EXPECTED IN THE 40S...AND POSSIBLY STAYING IN THE 30S. STAY
TUNED... [/COLOR]

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01-04-2011, 09:50 PM
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AND HERE IS JACKSON, MS NWS CHIMING IN TOO W/FROZEN PRECIP HINT:

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
406 PM CST TUE JAN 4 2011

Quote:DISCREPANCIES IN THE OVERALL FLOW APPEAR RESOLVED AS WE HEAD INTO
MONDAY AND TUESDAY. ARCTIC CAA WILL WIN THE DAY AS WE PLUNGE HEADLONG
INTO THE HEART OF WINTER. A FICTIOUS INVERTED SURFACE TROUGH OVER THE
SRN CONUS ON THE LATEST GFS WILL HAVE NO PRAYER IN HOLDING BACK THE
SURGE OF ARCTIC AIR. THE INITIAL SURGE ARRIVES MONDAY NIGHT PER THE
ECMWF WITH FALLING TEMPS ALL DAY TUESDAY AS A 1048MB BUBBLE BREAKS
ACROSS THE MT/CANADIAN BORDER HEADING INTO THE CENTRAL CONUS AND
INTO KS(1044MB) BY LATE TUESDAY. HAVE TRENDED THE END OF THE EXTENDED
PERIOD DOWNWARD IN TEMPS AND [COLOR="blue"]KEPT SLIGHT POPS WITH SOME MIXED PCPN
POSSIBLE...OH WHAT FUN IT WILL BE[/COLOR]./40/

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01-04-2011, 09:51 PM
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Oh awesome, I was looking at the GFS lately and it sure does look like this could verify... but this being over a week out, a lot of things can still happen! But I'm feeling pretty good about this one Smile

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01-04-2011, 09:57 PM
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Alabamawx.com

Quote:It remains to be see how cold it gets here in Alabama, but it is safe to say we will be very cold in the January 12-16 time frame, with potential for single digits lows along the way with sub-freezing highs. It also remains to be seen if we have an overrunning event that would bring the potential for an ice storm here. Watch the Weather Xtreme video, and you will see the GFS hints at snow for Houston, New Orleans, Mobile, and Gulf Shores around January 13, with nothing up this way. Again, this is all voodoo.

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01-04-2011, 11:16 PM
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Well, the cold is for sure going to be here... it's just a matter of moisture. Still praying for a flake or two Smile

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01-05-2011, 07:58 AM
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70's one week.. 30's the next, with a chance of snow.. Gotta love living in the South. Smile

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01-05-2011, 08:09 AM
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Nashville,TN is looking at a chance of snow from now - Monday

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