Sunday, February 6, 2011

The Thursday storm has flatlined-- attempts to revive in process.

All noon data continues to drift away from the event-- and some data now says "what event". The northern energy is much more dominant and kills our southern energy as it heads east. The GFS is the "best" for snow model giving an inch or so while the GGEM/ECMWF basically have nothing.

Is this legit??

Very well could be. When I painted my possible solutions, one concern was keeping that southern vort strong and consolidated. The northern branch just beats it down and shreds it. We've had northern branch issues all year and there is no reason to consider they won't continue. This is very common in a La Nina winter.

If the evening data doesn't start to indicate a revival, I'm ready to pull the plug.

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