Good morning everyone, hope all had a fantastic Christmas!!! Lets get right into it! Every model last night now has a hit on all of us with the Euro bouncing back! So i'm seeing agreement on it being not so strong, more of a light to moderate type snow event although the Canadian has the most aggressive precipitation shield with pockets of heavier precipitation. GFS even has a hit on us. All depends now on timing of the cold air. As this wave gets its act together, a very cold high coming from Canada and quite strong too will be dropping south into the central US so that cold air will be racing eastward toward us as this wave gets its act together. Boundary is important as well, where does it setup? Going to nail the details down this weekend!
Rob always a pleasure with you being on here, always love your posts. I as well did a post on the next two weeks and really right in this time period you highlighted i warned about the possibilities of two solid storms with both looking to be pretty strong! I do see in the long range a more amplified pattern, but now seeing signs of the AO tanking right around the 20th, with the NAO going to neutral, but the storm signal from the NAO (taking a dip toward negative territory) is there and in this time period 20-25th! Very interesting Christmas week!!