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JOESTRADAMUS: WHY THURSDAY'S STORM IS NOT LIKELY TO HAPPEN (02122017)

Discussion started by Joe Cioffi 10 months ago

Snow Storm Thursday Off The Table


Since the chatter about Thursday and the possibility of another storm I thought this would be a good time to explain why Thursday's storm is likely NOT TO HAPPEN. This all began a few days ago when the European model spat up a major storm south of Long Island and east of the New Jersey coast.


SNOW STORM OFF THE TABLE EUROPEAN RUN FROM TUESDAY AFTERNOON


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This map is from the European model run from last Thursday afternoon. What has changed since Thursday? Well to see that we need to look at the upper air structure that was being forecast by this model.


SNOW STORM OFF THE TABLE EUROPEAN UPPER AIR FORECAST FOR THURSDAY FROM LAST TUESDAY'S MODEL RUN


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There are three main ingredients at play. The first and probably most important ingredient involves the major storm that is going to develop Monday off the coast of New England. It moves east out to 50...READ MORE ON THIS AT http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/02/12/snow-storm-thursday-off-table/

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jtirico
jtirico
Thank you Joe for giving me renewed hope of one more good southern snow storm before winter is over here in Cumming, Ga! I was almost ready to give up seeing no High blocking patterns in site for over 5-6 weeks now! Just a very hot April pattern! I really love the placement of snow over northern and central Georgia of your GFS long range Sunday February 26th surface map in your video! The last time you showed something similar long range, We got almost 2" here on January 9th! I really pray this won't be another false one like the February 16th one turned out to be here! I know in terms of specifics as you say, its complicated and does what it wants.
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