Major storm is looking likely at least for now for the mid week time frame of next week. For now through that period it looks quiet in the weather pattern with a couple weak disturbances passes to the north and south of us respectively. Temps will be about avg... and then fall below avg mid week of next week. The storm system that will initiate the storm is way away in the Pacific ocean and is expected to move ashore Sunday. Of course as I said many times a storm system is purely handled without accurate variables inserted in the models which will come on Sunday, but to that point that is not entirely correct. The major storm is currently being seen and a very deep one at that - low pressure below 990 mb - which is the sole basis of this thread. The track is what is gona be detailed more accurately closer to the time frame and if it will be rain or snow.
I will be bringing updates to this thread daily as quickly as I get new information. Let me say this : there is quite the potential for a significant system here. Very deep system which is because there will be a very intense disturbance here being suggested. This matches up very well with the transitional time frame march, which is when the wave lengths get smaller and thus systems can really reach their peak potential and be very intense.
Enough with this nonsense, this is a Jet football forum not the Weather channel
I know, however this is a serious threat. When I spot a serious trouble time frame I mention it always. For now just check back for updates guys, by Sunday I will tell you a more accurate picture of what will happen. Ecmwf and Ecmwf ens mean are tightly clustered right over us with a significant low with tremendous wind... but uncertain rain vs snow.
As you can see in this link there is strong agreement on a storm here. What we can also see here is the pattern doesn't favor very suppressive upper low to the north of us, this inference suggest this will not be missing us. What we need to look for is if the left or right track is right.
Last time around, we were warned of 12 inches of snow for this past Monday. If that was 12 inches of snow, I have a 5 foot dick.
why post in this thread if you have nothing good to say... the dude is right, I see the same thing on the GFS model. March historically has the biggest storms due to the difference in Temps on the front lines.