Mid-Atlantic Snowstorm, Extremity Of Pattern Easing But Staying Cool

Written by on March 15, 2014 in United States of America with 0 Comments

While we have a significant Mid-Atlantic snowstorm on the way, it would appear we’re starting to loose the extremity of the cold pattern. By that I mean the really brutal stuff compared to averages. However, there is NO SIGN as of yet, of any real warm spell coming up.

Firstly, here’s how the winter played out (rankings) according to NOAA.

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Here’s the 7 day mean GFS ensemble 2 metre temps. Below normal but it’s not your 5, 10, 15 below normal stuff. Looking somewhat more ‘typical spring chill’. After all you would expect the brutal cold to ease at some point, couldn’t stay that cold forever… In saying that, it’s certainly not a warm pattern that’s for sure.

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7-14

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9-16

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As for the upcoming snow for the Mid-Atlantic.

ECMWF through 84 hrs

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GFS

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NAM

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SEE VIDEO FOR ANALYSIS!

US SPRING FORECAST & SUMMER IDEAS COMING THIS SUNDAY, STAY TUNED…

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