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About snoah47

Weather lover, that completed my Bachelor's degree in Operational Meteorology from Mississippi State University in 2011. Now working on a Master's degree in Applied Meteorology from Mississippi State University.

Valentine’s Day Storm on the way?

The potential weekend storm has become much less likely. A very strong arctic front will move across the south tomorrow night into Saturday, producing some snow flurries and snow showers across Tennessee, North Carolina, and the higher elevations in Northern … Continue reading

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Winter storm for the Southeast and east coast possible next weekend

My last blog showed images of the changes the models were showing, which would potentially, finally set up a Winter type pattern for the US, with the Polar Vortex(strong arctic low pressure) finally moving from Alaska(where it’s been stationed all … Continue reading

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Models show potential for Winter in the South and East, Ice, Snow next weekend and beyond…..

With the potential change to a positive PNA pattern, bringing cold air and deep troughing to the eastern US, we also see the GFS Model reflecting a strong upper level low developing and rolling across the southern US, potentially bringing snow … Continue reading

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Winter, finally??

This has been as much of a “non-Winter” as we’ve seen in many years. Last Winter season’s -NAO, + PNA and -AO, which promotes ridging in an ideal location of the intermountain western US, movement of cold arctic air into the … Continue reading

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Cold and maybe a few snowflakes on the way. Icestorm for parts of the south??

After the rainfall for many parts of the southeastern US, we can look forward to a change back to more wintry conditions.  A very strong Arctic front will pass through the area and move down through the peninsula of Florida … Continue reading

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Pattern Change or not??? Where is Winter????

Continuing from my last post, the sharp trough that I anticipated to take place this week did form. Temperatures dropped into the teens with high temps in the 20’s and 30’s for one day, but the trough was not deep/sharp … Continue reading

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Pattern Change, Finally???? Historic storm for south and east coast showing up on models.

My Winter forecast included a colder than normal December through mid January, but that has obviously been a BIG error.  December temperatures have run five degrees above normal. What’s been driving that is the lack of a -NAO and -AO. … Continue reading

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