Tom Posted March 6, 2022 Report Share Posted March 6, 2022 The "Ides of March" shall continue and our Sub is definitely going to witness more of this months volatile wx pattern. The system for later this week has been trending S likely due to the stout -EPO forcing the storm track south, ironically, in the middle of MAR, against the typical seasonal shifts that one would think should happen. Both GEFS/EPS are pretty much in the same camp. I know that the models have not done so well in the D5+ range, but now that we are getting into the medium range we are seeing some consistency. This system will feature a potent late season Arctic frontal boundary, whereby, there appears to be 2 waves that will form along it to produce two areas of snowfall. According to the EPS, the 1st wave produces snow over NE/IA/WI and then the model is "seeing" a second wave that digs deep into TX/AR and rides up through the OHV. Lot's of time for the models to figure out the timing and waves in this complex wx pattern. There may be a a Severe wx component to this storm as well depending on how the 2nd wave develops.... @Timmy_Supercell Let's discuss....I'd be stoked to see a "share the wealth" snow shield out of this system..... 0z Euro... 4 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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