It is not much verbatim on this run maybe a few inches in the I-95 corridor from DCA-PHL-NYC-BOS. The main point on this run is the model has seen something to steer it well to the east and we explained why earlier today:
Sticks with the west coast trough and the ridging offshore. Not buying this solution yet but the end result is the low tracking well to the NW brining little in the way of snow as the model is very warm.
EURO shows Snow event with rain snow line right along 95
Folks, please do not pay too much attention to the rain/snow line and where it sets up. It will change locations 100 more times, especially on the GFS. Just pay attention to the features Mike has drawn up, and where the storm tracks. Once again, the R/S line will move!
On your answer about 43 inches of snow? Is this the total number of inches thaty Syracuse is going to receive from the storm or the total for the year? 43 inches of snow seems very high for s snowstorm for Syracuse?
06z GFS also shows snow with even more cold then the 00z. Gonna be a southern slider type deal it looks like. Well see where it goes from here. NAO heading nice and negative after this cold front on Saturday is what it looks like, maybe we can get this baby to turn the coast rather then slide out to sea. Either way gonna be fun to track for a week.