Sunday, November 23, 2014

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While there are other things going on in the world of weather and climate, there is so much interest in the storm in the East with Thanksgiving travel weather, we are going focus on the storm plus a second that may affect California the end of the week. 

My forecast of snow amounts to 5pm EST Wednesday. More will likely fall Wednesday night and into Thursday. This storm will likely disrupt holiday travel.

European model precipitation forecast of precipitation amount for late Thanksgiving weekend. While this will bring welcome rain, it also has the potential to cause more travel delays.
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1 comment:

  1. Mike - is "Your" forecast snow amounts even remotely taking into consideration the fact that it is supposed to be in the low 70s on Monday in the I-95 corridor from DC to Philly and not getting below freezing until the storm arrives? Your current forecast is out of phase with the local NWS offices - let's see which forecast verifies.

    I also hope the ECMWF precip model verifies for NoCal. 5" liquid in the Sierras huh. 8" give/take along the NoCal coast in some spots. Interesting.


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