JPM again, hi everyone, the models continue the trend toward more qpf and with 20 to 30 to one ratios this is looking good for snow lovers. I predicted the models to move toward a snowier solution back on the page where things looked bad for snow (when the GFS and ECMWF went south and dry), this is a normal thing for models to do day's out. Also, the low being moved more and more northwest and closer to the coast indicates that, even now the guidance is under performing as far as snow totals in southeast PA and the mid-Atlantic. This snowier trend was easy to see and should continue, for days I have been saying that this would happen, if I am wrong then so be it, that doesn't happen much though.
Tim its trending right now I do not see it staying where it is at the current moment, I see philly picking up a 3-6 inches out of this storm maybe 4-8 the way things are going now. 4-8 is a lot less likely though but who knows just a few more miles northward
Im seeing more tim. Models will trend more and more. Look you said the NAM has come in line with the GFS which has been trending northward so the GFS should be north according to your expertness. Yesterday models were showing nothing maybe a coating at max now we are back to 2-4 inch range probably going to trend up more as the time comes closer. So please stop being negative if you're right then congratulations