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  1. 17 points
  2. 13 points
  3. -14 850mb temps to Seattle at hour 138 . . .
    10 points
  4. One year ago today Seattle had these "snow shafts" that were only a few blocks across. I remember the radar that day was really interesting with the tiniest heavy showers I've ever seen quickly dropping temps from the low 40's to near freezing.
    10 points
  5. Can you imagine if this gets even better? This is fine if the improvement stops right here though.
    9 points
  6. As normal as the morning mist off of Silver Falls. Welcome to the forum!
    7 points
  7. I like Jay. To his credit, much like when you invest, if you're conservative in your calls, you can rarely be wrong by a lot. I know its conjecture and I know he browses this forum on occasion, so I invite him to correct me on the following. I think is approach to the weather is partly based on having to be professional for decades, and I can't fault him for that. I'm sure 30 year old Jay would model ride right along side with us. The other bit is I just think he isn't excited by the kind of stuff we see in the winter. He gets a little excited when something cold or snowy shows up inside three
    7 points
  8. That NWWashingtonWx is usually a pretty negative voice in the weather Twittersphere when it comes to discussing upcoming possibilities. He comes across as a professional met whose been burned a few too many times by the models. Understandable really, but a bit boring in my opinion. Half of the fun is riding the models till your pants fall off. Most of the time you'll get screwed, burnt out, and pissed off but occasionally they will make a turn like this one and it makes it all worth it.
    7 points
  9. OPER does not appear to be a big outlier...
    7 points
  10. Kind of funny because this is actually looking very similar to the pattern the models originally locked on to for next week before they all pulled back (and we gave the Euro a bunch of sh*t for folding to the GFS) and started showing meandering lows all over our block. Now they've seemingly come full circle.
    7 points
  11. Another 4" for E Iowa Monday. Wow. Different pattern and setup, but reminiscent of Dec 2000 when we were hit with one clipper right after the other. Storm Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. All capable of several inches for many areas. Saturday's looking the weakest.
    7 points
  12. 7 points
  13. Looking forward to this...If the cold and snow doesn’t materialize next week.
    6 points
  14. Not bad for a supposedly bad run:
    6 points
  15. It’s like these computer models are all suddenly being run on a 1984 Commodore 64 with a cassette deck drive...And someone accidentally put in a “Talking Heads” cassette instead of a data cassette...
    6 points
  16. The freezing drizzle is pretty intense right now. Just got off work and the van I drove for work was caked in ice. Roads were also sketchy. Only good thing about this is that it'll put a crust on the snow that we have right now, which will limit blowing impacts.
    6 points
  17. One interesting thing on the 12z EPS is a fair number of members showed a long cold wave. that just might be possible now. February is the bomb lately.
    6 points
  18. Probably shouldn't even post this on actual storm thread lmao
    6 points
  19. 18z looks like it spits out a high of 31 for Seattle both Monday and Tuesday.
    6 points
  20. 6 points
  21. Wow! I just saw the 12z GFS, GEM, ECMWF.... Talk about a drastic change and before Day 5 even. This is down the 'home stretch' so to speak. This could be what I mentioned last night that IF models were to swing in our favor it would happen quickly. Do I for the first time this Winter bring out the infamous "Colder Runs Ahead!" (c)2017? Yakima ensembles shows a real nice signal for backdoor arctic air.
    6 points
  22. And two years ago today, Snowmegadon was just getting started here. Ended up getting 25 inches of snow here and will remember February 2019 for the rest of my life. Facebook will be reminding me for the next two weeks just how deep the snow got here.
    6 points
  23. One year ago today it was chilly too...
    6 points
  24. This model shift to colder solutions in the short term is unreal. We could be looking at something really legit if this trend keeps up. Honestly, forget about what the models show in the long range. This winter has zero long range predictability. At this point, I'm still trying to wrap my mind around the fact that most if not all the models have shifted the cold significantly further west in the short term. Phil, any insight?
    6 points
  25. An encouraging sign indeed to have the major models all showing a near term flip to colder temps. This time of year I'll take anything I can get. Even if it's just a two day blip it would still be welcomed IMBY.
    6 points
  26. 850s also quite a bit better, especially with the cold air supply in BC. But don't worry, Tim will be following up with a surface temp map showing highs in the mid 40s shortly!
    6 points
  27. She will turn 4 months next Monday, she is a Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd mix. Already over 45lbs!
    6 points
  28. She loves the snow. I heard her going in and out all night once it started. Just like me.
    6 points
  29. Woke up around 2am with about 1" on the ground and heavy snow falling. Had 3" by 4a, ended up with 3.5".
    6 points
  30. Wow the 0z Euro is non stop snow over the next 7-8 days. The storm showing up next Monday could go bigly!
    6 points
  31. As a winter weather enthusiast, I can't help but marvel at the idea that this month could very well deliver a tremendous amount of snow and sustained cold for the heart of this Sub Forum. It is not fantasy anymore, the robust pattern flip which we have all been waiting for (I know some on here don't care...) is underway. The story of how the Winter of '20-21 will be written may not just be remembered by the warmth that inundated the majority of met Winter but in my opinion, it will be remembered by one of the most incredible back-loaded periods in history for some locals (not all). Loc
    6 points
  32. Doesn't mean much when every single one of your posts have been negative
    5 points
  33. Potential for Snow on Sunday and next Thursday on the GFS. Solid run.
    5 points
  34. I hope what the models are showing is not a mirage!
    5 points
  35. What in the actual **** is this GFS run lol.
    5 points
  36. It's incredible that GFS was actually predicting this last week. Cold air arriving around the 6th-7th.
    5 points
  37. too many waves--- if you miss out on this winter pulse, you've had it before- or don't remember. This is borderline epic in progs. Still needs to happen, but my goodness- the potential is unreal and its multiple runs of many models. SIT BACK and ENJOY-- That's all I got. Midnight tonight I will be all over this. CRash....
    5 points
  38. Pretty impressive positive trends the last 24 hours on the GFS. Ridge building better into Alaska, cold digging further SW into Washington.
    5 points
  39. At this point it would not surprise me if things continued trending colder.
    5 points
  40. -10 850mb temps to Seattle and -9 to PDX at hour 144 on the Euro.
    5 points
  41. DMX blizzard warnings N and NE.Bring it!!!
    5 points
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