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Post by amugs January 9th 2022, 9:11 pm

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Post by rb924119 January 9th 2022, 9:21 pm

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@amugs wrote:You guys are using OP 500mb maps a week out in this most volatile pattern with HUGE changes between the MJO in Phase 8, SOI crash, a cut off low in the Baja of Cali = Split Flow and STJ injection happening not to mention a NAO going Negative, EPO and PNA flipping with a PV entering the picture?
ENS peeps are teh way to go. In no way can one say this is a miss at the 15-17th time frame at this stage with all the aforementioned IMO.
Time will tell. GEFS and EURO ENS are showing some very good LP positions and indicy members. Just like Friday's storm models are going o struggle mightily until we are in a few days.
Time will tell but the Massive Ocean storm has a huge role in the follow up system. If that system doesn't exit quick enough than we may very miss the 15-17th but if it does than the follow up storm can come N.

Too early to bail on it.  The issue I see on EPS guidance is the block isn't as strong especially west of the main east based block which allows the 50/50 low to slip away quickly.  This gives room for the mid atlantic storm to move on out.  The Canadian is a stronger block west of the east based block and keeps the mid atlantic storm at bay allowing it to mature below our latitude and be closer to the coast.  The GEFS is closer to the Canadian but actually stronger blocking.  The transient NAO IMO is the key and usually big storms for the northeast are most heavily waited on that feature.  It's all about timing...

Top in Euro ensembles and bottom is GFS ensembles.  That's a big difference.

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Interesting view! I’m actually of an opposing view point. Kind of lol I think the block itself is displaced too far equatorward and the departing storm from the 13th is too slow. This combination will be compounded by hemispheric and tropical forcings to keep the height field too suppressed for storm on the 16th to gain sufficient latitude once it develops, and instead be forced straight out to sea.

I totally can see that Rb.  It's going to be interesting the next few days to see how guidance resolves this.  

Yeah, it should be fun! I just think that with that southward displaced NAO block, it’s too much of a good thing in conjunction with the storm from the 13th, basically, is where I stand. IF we could somehow get it out faster (possible), or have it not be there at all (not possible) with the NAO ridging unchanged, I’d have a much snowier opinion haha I just don’t think we will as of now.

Plenty of other chances coming, though, so even if this one doesn’t work out for us specifically, I’m not worried haha

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Post by heehaw453 January 9th 2022, 9:36 pm

@rb924119 wrote:
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@amugs wrote:You guys are using OP 500mb maps a week out in this most volatile pattern with HUGE changes between the MJO in Phase 8, SOI crash, a cut off low in the Baja of Cali = Split Flow and STJ injection happening not to mention a NAO going Negative, EPO and PNA flipping with a PV entering the picture?
ENS peeps are teh way to go. In no way can one say this is a miss at the 15-17th time frame at this stage with all the aforementioned IMO.
Time will tell. GEFS and EURO ENS are showing some very good LP positions and indicy members. Just like Friday's storm models are going o struggle mightily until we are in a few days.
Time will tell but the Massive Ocean storm has a huge role in the follow up system. If that system doesn't exit quick enough than we may very miss the 15-17th but if it does than the follow up storm can come N.

Too early to bail on it.  The issue I see on EPS guidance is the block isn't as strong especially west of the main east based block which allows the 50/50 low to slip away quickly.  This gives room for the mid atlantic storm to move on out.  The Canadian is a stronger block west of the east based block and keeps the mid atlantic storm at bay allowing it to mature below our latitude and be closer to the coast.  The GEFS is closer to the Canadian but actually stronger blocking.  The transient NAO IMO is the key and usually big storms for the northeast are most heavily waited on that feature.  It's all about timing...

Top in Euro ensembles and bottom is GFS ensembles.  That's a big difference.

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Interesting view! I’m actually of an opposing view point. Kind of lol I think the block itself is displaced too far equatorward and the departing storm from the 13th is too slow. This combination will be compounded by hemispheric and tropical forcings to keep the height field too suppressed for storm on the 16th to gain sufficient latitude once it develops, and instead be forced straight out to sea.

I totally can see that Rb.  It's going to be interesting the next few days to see how guidance resolves this.  

Yeah, it should be fun! I just think that with that southward displaced NAO block, it’s too much of a good thing in conjunction with the storm from the 13th, basically, is where I stand. IF we could somehow get it out faster (possible), or have it not be there at all (not possible) with the NAO ridging unchanged, I’d have a much snowier opinion haha I just don’t think we will as of now.

Plenty of other chances coming, though, so even if this one doesn’t work out for us specifically, I’m not worried haha

The wave spacing on the GEFS is by the worst on the major globals and consequently it renders a rather weak storm as it doesn't have the space to amplify. So it's even possible east coast doesn't get a significant storm if it's that close. I've seen the light/moderate NAO's work magic especially on initial flexing/relaxing phases. What normally screws us is severe blocking whereby VA gets 1' and we get partly cloudy Rolling Eyes

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Post by rb924119 January 9th 2022, 11:36 pm

I agree regarding the GFS, but I don't think that it won't amplify in reality. I think it will consolidate and turn into a formidable system once it starts digging into the interior eastern U.S. not only because of the fact that I think the intensity of the energy itself is under modeled, but also on account of the increase in curvature of the wave as it gets to its lowest latitude and then begins to shift east. At that point, the curvature of the system will be maximized and it should organize fairly readily. I actually really like the look of the 12z EURO Op for this in terms of its overall depiction, if I HAD to try to demonstrate how I think this plays out as of now.

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Post by rb924119 January 9th 2022, 11:44 pm

As promised, here is the video of my thoughts on the January 16th system. This was a VERY DIFFICULT forecast to come up with, as several of us have alluded to over the last day or so. Not only are there multiple moving parts, but they are also all embedded within a changing global pattern change - part of which is progressive, part of which is regressive. So, with that said, it is highly possible that the thoughts presented herein turn out to be incorrect, BUT, they are what my analysis resulted in.

I hope that you all enjoy it, and that it's fairly easy to understand, but it is a highly complex forecast. Honestly, this is one of the hardest forecasts that I have been involved with in a long time. Therefore, please don't hesitate to ask any questions or comment on something that isn't easily understood. I was a little pressed for time, so I couldn't take several cuts. If it seems a little haphazard as a result, I apologize, but I think it should have been presented at least somewhat logically and thoroughly haha

Anyway, thanks for taking your time to watch, and I look forward to further discussion and tracking!!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FPOUBlBym2N23_O71NDpoZ0zzf2Y_kQB/view?usp=sharing

P.S. all data used in this analysis was from today (09th January), and any model data was from the 12z GEFS run from 09th January.

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Post by Radz January 10th 2022, 6:21 am

Great presentation Rb, thanks for your time and analysis as always. Hoping things get better for us for the systems that follow this threat.
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Post by jmanley32 January 10th 2022, 8:00 am

So nothing till after 16th to 20th? Oh well hoping for something after that. I'll check back in next week. Good analysis guys.
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Post by heehaw453 January 10th 2022, 8:14 am

Hi quality video Rb and thanks for taking the time to shoot it!  Your analysis on the storm makes sense.  IMO it will still come down to the spacing between the troughs.  There might be just enough room or faster dissipation of the east trough to raise heights for a close call at minimum.  In any event if it misses then a few days later another trough will swing through with a better Atlantic setup.

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Post by heehaw453 January 10th 2022, 9:54 am

This is normally a pretty good signal for D7 ensembles that snow is coming.  Most of this is the weekend potential.  Let's watch these values over the next few runs for trend reductions and I'm also interested to see what it does for mid atlantic chances.

00Z Eps shows the probability of at least 3" accumulation during the next week.

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Post by heehaw453 January 10th 2022, 11:49 am

One of these troughs is going to clock someone on the east coast but good. Agree it most likely won't be Sunday. This is right after Sunday one. Have to check the GEFS since this is an op run. Much better Atlantic setup and I suspect GEFS will have a signal.

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Post by CPcantmeasuresnow January 10th 2022, 1:37 pm

Weather channel app 10-17 inches the 20th and 21st in northrn suburbs. It’s fun to dream.
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Post by heehaw453 January 10th 2022, 2:12 pm

@CPcantmeasuresnow wrote:Weather channel app 10-17 inches the 20th and 21st in northrn suburbs. It’s fun to dream.  

There's too many s/w's flying around the models, and if they're not well timed/space it's going to a frustrating time of it.  My guess is if we get something it will be from what we don't expect initially and then changes within 3/4 days window.

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Post by Frank_Wx January 10th 2022, 4:06 pm

I will take the time tonight to see what our resident Met has to say in regards to the various winter storm threats. There is a lot of opportunity out there. It's a matter of slowing the flow down to allow these pieces of upper energy to sync-up on our side of the coast.

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The eastern-most circle is a massive Nor'easter that is forecasted to become a sub 970mb storm that hits the southeast coast of Canada. The southern energy ends up phasing with a piece of the Polar Vortex, and due to blocking in the northern Atlantic, we see this Nor'easter make a left-hook into Canada instead of moving innocently out to sea. As a result, this system may potentially act as our 50-50 Low for the next storm (center circle). However, it can also play spoiler for the next system on the 17th.

Part of the issue with this set-up (16th-17th) is that our heights along the coast are dampened because just 36 hours before then, the Nor'easter traveled north of our latitude which brought the baroclinic zone way to our south and east. Notice how the main storm is well to our south on the latest GFS (closed ULL over south carolina). This gives the Mid-Atlantic areas a nice snowstorm (southern slider).

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This ULL needs to be much further north if we want the surface low to bring us a nice moderately-sized snowstorm/clipper. This clipper could then 'blow up' into a significant storm off the coast. There's still plenty of time between now and then for that to happen. The Ensembles show some members reaching our latitude, because either the Nor'easter sped up or the energy behind it slowed down, which created additional spacing between these two systems.

If you refer back to my original map, the western-most circle would be a potential threat near the 18th. Actually, the map below is a better illustration of all 3 of these waves. Notice the 50-50 (a powerful one at that) in SE Canada, the 'southern slider' over South Carolina, and the third potential wave coming down the Rockies out west.

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I had mentioned this in an earlier post over the weekend, but if none of these threats end up materializing it's because there's simply too many chefs in the kitchen. To get a storm in our neck of the woods, we need specific events to happen and fall in a specific order. If just one of these events do not happen at a time we need it to, then the whole threat is thrown away. Personally, I think next Monday's wave (the 17th) ends up as a clipper that passes through the Mid-Atlantic and southern portions of our area. I really like the wave on the 18th-19th better. What may end up happening is these threats turn into just one threat, and the issue kind of takes care of itself.

Whatever happens, we're by no means done with winter even if we don't see next week pan out. We're looking at an extended period of colder than normal conditions through all of January. I'm not yet sold on February, but I do think January will deliver at least one solid storm for our area. Let's bring that Godzilla home...


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Post by Frank_Wx January 10th 2022, 4:12 pm

Key trends to look for:

1) Does the Nor'easter over the Atlantic weaken and/or speed up? This would be a favorable trend for the Sunday-Monday threat

2) Will there really be two separate waves of energy behind the Nor'easter, or could we consolidate this into one storm? That would greatly enhance our chances of seeing snow

3) If these streams of energy remain separated, as models currently show, can we get the third wave to hang back a little longer to allow heights over the east coast to normalize? Or else it could end up acting as a 'kicker' for the storm on the 16th-17th

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Post by Frank_Wx January 10th 2022, 4:52 pm

@rb924119 wrote:As promised, here is the video of my thoughts on the January 16th system. This was a VERY DIFFICULT forecast to come up with, as several of us have alluded to over the last day or so. Not only are there multiple moving parts, but they are also all embedded within a changing global pattern change - part of which is progressive, part of which is regressive. So, with that said, it is highly possible that the thoughts presented herein turn out to be incorrect, BUT, they are what my analysis resulted in.

I hope that you all enjoy it, and that it's fairly easy to understand, but it is a highly complex forecast. Honestly, this is one of the hardest forecasts that I have been involved with in a long time. Therefore, please don't hesitate to ask any questions or comment on something that isn't easily understood. I was a little pressed for time, so I couldn't take several cuts. If it seems a little haphazard as a result, I apologize, but I think it should have been presented at least somewhat logically and thoroughly haha

Anyway, thanks for taking your time to watch, and I look forward to further discussion and tracking!!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FPOUBlBym2N23_O71NDpoZ0zzf2Y_kQB/view?usp=sharing

P.S. all data used in this analysis was from today (09th January), and any model data was from the 12z GEFS run from 09th January.

Actually found time after a work meeting to watch this. Very well presented and thought out. Also, for those who have a tough time reading the Hovmoller maps, Ray does an excellent job describing what they show and their importance to the MJO and overall pattern.

We echo the same thoughts with regards to the 16th-17th. Now, if some of the trends I mention above come together, there's a chance we gradually see models come north with this low pressure. Somehow need to get that height response ahead of the ULL. Nice video sir!

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Post by rb924119 January 10th 2022, 7:45 pm

Thanks, Frank, and everybody else!! We are definitely on the same page with this particular threat, and you did a great job (along with heehaw) of explaining things we want to see change in order to see this storm work for us. My own personal view, as evidenced, is that we don’t see them take place. But with six days yet to go and so much volatility, these potential changes remain on the table for now, and we shouldn’t give up on it at all yet.

Also, to maybe quell your fears for February a bit and serve as supporting evidence for my long-term forecast Wink :

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Post by rb924119 January 10th 2022, 11:37 pm

NOBODY LOOK AT THE GFS FOR THIS WEEKEND Wink Wink Wink

This is why the threat can’t be dismissed yet lol

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Post by chief7 January 10th 2022, 11:40 pm

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Post by CPcantmeasuresnow January 11th 2022, 12:17 am

GFS snowfall map RB was alluding too. Most of this falls Late Sunday night and Monday. It could all be gone by the 6Z tomorrow. Strictly for fun, for now.

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Post by Irish January 11th 2022, 12:43 am

@rb924119 wrote:NOBODY LOOK AT THE GFS FOR THIS WEEKEND Wink Wink Wink

This is why the threat can’t be dismissed yet lol

How serious can the GooFuS be taken?

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Post by rb924119 January 11th 2022, 12:56 am

It’s still a viable option, and showed the changes that we’d want to see as described by both Frank and heehaw - greater separation between the system from the 13th and the system for the 16th, which allowed the heights to rise along the Eastern Seaboard and the flow to be reoriented from west-east to southwest-northeast, and therefore the storm to track along the coast and gain latitude before moving out to sea. I would say that it is viable enough to not be ignored, BUT based on my most recent analysis I would argue that it isn’t correct. However, that’s just one man’s opinion, and quite frankly, Mother Nature doesn’t really care about my opinion 😂

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Post by CPcantmeasuresnow January 11th 2022, 12:57 am

@Irish wrote:
@rb924119 wrote:NOBODY LOOK AT THE GFS FOR THIS WEEKEND Wink Wink Wink

This is why the threat can’t be dismissed yet lol

How serious can the GooFuS be taken?
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It’s on its own right now. The CMC was close tonight but wide tight. The ICON was very wide right. Will see what the Euro does tonight. If it has anything similar maybe we’re onto something.
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Post by skinsfan1177 January 11th 2022, 5:27 am

Gds continues to show snow storm for the area this weekend need other models to show it
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Post by heehaw453 January 11th 2022, 5:51 am

The past few runs of the GFS op has popped a ridge in the NE allowing heights to rise dramatically. I believe it's a function of stronger blocking and better spacing of course.  The pattern is ominous for a major event.  Is the GFS onto something here well until it gets support I say no, but it has been good at picking out long wave synoptic features early.  So we just have to see.  Anyone thinking this is a slam dunk NO is wrong IMO.

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