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Low was 21.2°F this AM, which is the coldest of the season so far.

Pattern still doesn’t look all that conducive to legitimate cold anomalies in the medium/long range. I originally thought the first 10 days of January would be cold, but as of now it seems the Siberian high descent/+EAMT is going to keep the Pacific jet cranking.

This could still deliver in the snowfall department with somewhat of a southern storm track. However, for the time being, it doesn’t look like there’s much cold to be had on this side of the pole.

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Hey! How you folks been over here? I haven't dropped by and visited in a few. Hope you guys are well. Think winter is going to really get cranking here pretty quick.

Good lord.      

I would like to introduce a precip type that most of us have observed, but has not been categorized. I call it "sain." It is hard to see unless you are driving. When sain hits the windshield it splats

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9 minutes ago, Phil said:

Low was 21.2°F this AM, which is the coldest of the season so far.

Pattern still doesn’t look all that conducive to legitimate cold anomalies in the medium/long range. I originally thought the first 10 days of January would be cold, but as of now it seems the Siberian high descent/+EAMT is going to keep the Pacific jet cranking.

This could still deliver in the snowfall department with somewhat of a southern storm track. However, for the time being, it doesn’t look like there’s much cold to be had on this side of the pole.

Larry Cosgrove is still going with mid January through March.what concerns me and it not just this winter but the last few is no one including the highly respected mets has been very good with winter outlooks as of late.It a concern because at some point the plubic are going to lose there credibity with many of the forecasters on seasonal long range outlooks.I guess the real question is why have winter seasonal outlooks have been off the last few years.

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46 minutes ago, Black Hole said:

A applied for an opening at the NWS office near Knoxville. I guess if I get it I would post in this thread more often. Too bad we don't have more east coast posters. 

I hope u get the job, brother! Would be nice to have more people to chat with in here. Especially professionals such as yourself.

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32 minutes ago, Phil said:

I hope u get the job, brother! Would be nice to have more people to chat with in here. Especially professionals such as yourself.

Thanks! Looks like a really nice place to live. Not as much snow as I'd like, but plenty of severe weather. Anywhere would beat Phoenix though haha

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