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    Maxim_Ru
    By Maxim_Ru,

    Hello I haven't had a look the forum for a long time. But should post a new topic about weather terms in Russia(the first of all about Moscow) here.

    November in the capital of Russia is the middle month between the autumn and the winter which cross into a really winter season. But last years Nov unalways shows something intersting in the plane of snow and frosty. More and more temps remain above 0C and rains have advantage under snow. Even Dec is getting warm last a few decades. 

     

    Then I gonna tell about my weather in Moscow. Dropped snow on this week. It has made snow cover of depth 10-12cm. I would like that snow to keep to the end of winter. Unfortunately, models anticipate other scenarious. 

    Expects the arrival a cyclone from South on the West part of Russia, carrying enough much of warm air mass. There is no doubt that the depth of snow noticeably to discrease.  But it seems that there will be the freezing rain at the start of event. Can get 5-6mm of rain for the temps below zero.

     

    It's the map the procces of my talking: 

     

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    Top 25 Monthly Snow Total Rankings and Monthly Individual Snowstorm Rankings

    chescowxman
    By chescowxman,

    With our 1st possible snow or at least flakes of the season possible over the next couple weeks....I thought I would post the Top 25 Chester County PA snow records for both the total month and individual snowstorms by each winter month. For reference we average 36.0" of snow in a winter season here in the Western suburbs of Philadelphia.

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    11/14 - 11/20 | Possible Southern Plains to Great Lakes Accumulating Snow

    Clinton
    By Clinton,

    Looks like an early start to Winter for @Iceresistance and @OKwx2k4 as an active southern stream interacts with some cold air.  As @Tomhas been saying the STJ is going to play this year and Oklahoma (one of this years LRC hotspots) looks to land an early storm.  Further north KC and mby look to be on the northern edge of this system, however a bit of an inverted trough will move through the middle of the country linking this storm to a weaker system coming out of the northern plains at about the same time.  If only they could phase maybe next time.  This feature could provide enough lift for much of Kan, MO, and Iowa to see some flakes fly and possibly an inch or 2 of snow.

    While the models have been inconsistent the 0z GFS has came back to it's original idea.

     

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    0z GEFS

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    18z EPS is a little stronger with the northern energy

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