I'm starting to see something interesting developing on the weather pattern as the models try and figure out a compact but powerful little storm later in the weekend. The models still have a ways to go buy hey we have something to watch once again.
The above look is from the EURO model it picked up on this first a few days ago. The LOW position will be tweaked in the coming days bit the storm is there now for a few runs on the EURO.
The above look is the GFS in tonight just now getting into the game. The timeframe is Saturday night through Sunday early afternoon for the region from the Delmarva to New England.
It may be to warm for this storm in the Philly area but the back end could nudge just cold enough for some wet snow come Sunday morning.
The NAM short range model will be in range by Wednesday night or Thursday morning. It's not quite there yet but we'll get a better look at the trending on Wednesday night.
This has been a problem all year and that is the headline of the blog suggests something good but the details are a lot less promising.
First there is nothing in the forecast from the NWS or other local outlets that would even suggest frozen precipitation for the Philly area and even the blog mentions only the infamous back end snow which of course we know never produces anything worthwhile.
This just adds to the frustration of another snowless winter for this area .
I think were looking at all rain here on Long Island as well. We got our one storm in at 20"-30" for the year last week. I think that may be it for us till next winter. I looked at the long range forcast and I see upper 40's to 50's coming our way.
Rob i see some models have a warm solution, but do you think they will trend to a cooler solution? Also if we can get southern and northern stream to phase earlier, wouldn't that be a great setup for all snow? We have a rex block so something to keep an eye out!