And Another Thing…

First, I agree with Fishel and his isothermal rant…especially in light of the fact that precipitation rates will be high, dictated by mesoscale banding.

But the other thing I wanted to address is the so-called wrap around or comma head or deformation band.  The new GFS continues in the trend of significant supplemental snows in association with this.  However, this new run really cranks it up to the tune of several addition inches.  We’ll see if there is consistency in subsequent runs and the other models.

And finally, you should be aware of a clipper system progged to dive over NC Friday night into early Sat AM.  This system could drop another inch or so of nuisance snow.  Just something to watch for now.

Actually as I think about it, we have a growing list of things to watch…

Comments (2)

  1. 11:50 PM, February 11, 2014Kat Moncol  / Reply

    Wow… I think I should invest in snowshoes, skis, snow chains …. Thanks for all the updates Mike! As the news was going over what we should do to be ready, David commented that thanks to you, we were prepared.

  2. 9:08 AM, February 12, 2014Tim  / Reply

    I’ve told my whole school about you, Trex! You’re the greatest!

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