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I don’t know if it is a glitch in the models, as the Global models, as well as the regional NAM, are indicating a roller coaster pattern in overnight minimum temperatures over the next 3 – 4 days. I have placed the graphics at 12 hours apart in the forecast period, which clearly shows the fluctuation I utilized the NAM model, as graphics from the GFS had a glitch.
NAM 24 HOUR SURFACE FROM 12Z
NAM 36 HOUR
NAM 48 HOUR
NAM 60 HOUR
NAM 72 HOUR
NAM 84 HOUR
Analysis of the GFS model animation from the NCEP site doesn’t really indicate anything much in the way of precipitation over the next 72 – 84 hours, thus projected accumulated snowfall amounts are minimal.
As we near the 72 -96 hour time frame, an area of low pressure is forecast to develop off the Mid Atlantic / NE coast. I will revisit this late Sun / early Mon. to try and determine what conditions will be in store for that area.
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Have a blessed day!
T. F. “STORM” WALSH III
GMCS, USCG (ret)
METEOROLOGIST / HURRICANE SPECIALIST / SEVERE WEATHER SPECIALIST
MEMBER WEST CENTRAL FLORIDA AMS