Monthly Archives: January 2017

Snow Cream Crunch!

A quick update as a blanket response to the thousand questions I’m getting about ‘the latest’. To specifically address Wake Co. and Triangle…yes, it does look like the transition zone will be over or very close to Wake Co. during the middle … Continue reading

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Addressing the Sleet Fear

It’s true.  The short-term, finer scale NAM and many mesoscale (local) models that are initialed off the NAM, push the warm tongue inland thru Wake Co., resulting in a prolonged period of sleet before snow completes the storm. A couple of points: … Continue reading

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Consensus

I have to make this short and sweet… While there remain some quantitative differences among the various models as to the morphology of the precipitation shield, there is a consensus we will see a significant winter storm beginning tomorrow evening and … Continue reading

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Quick Midnight Update

I’m interested to see how the model runs come in this cycle and over the next two, particularly.  The upper level energy that will fuel our weekend winter event is just now being sampled on the West Coast tonight.  Preliminary … Continue reading

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Plinko!

Happy New Year! PLINKO IS THE NAME OF THE GAME We all remember Plinko from The Price Is Right, don’t we?  And now there’s a new show, ‘The Wall’, that’s basically high-tech Plinko.  In case you have no idea what … Continue reading

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