- Jan 30, 2006
- Right where I want to be
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Hopefully it's not as bad as some models suggest. Some still have some ok temps. I don't think it has lasting power anywayIf you have not been able to get out and enjoy the conditions do so ASAP. Southern VT and NH look to be having a massive melt down.
If you have not been able to get out and enjoy the conditions do so ASAP. Southern VT and NH look to be having a massive melt down.
Just based on Sunday or you talking Christmas?
I'm not so bearish on the weekend, we need base anyway and it looks like probably a net gain.
GFS and we're good, really good. Euro and we start getting cranky around here. Long range, Christmas week.
Sunday I think either way is so brief and preceeded on the front end with a little whallop it's just gonna give what we got a helmet of icy protection. If you go by GFS it might be a 90%-100% snow event in the hills.
Ok. What I was looking at was Euro and GFS average temps Christmas-week posted to a Met Facebook page last night. Euro was blowtorch, GFS had us below average still.
But I'm not gonna repost that here, and defer to your greater experience on weather in regard to the topic at hand.
Question: do you see the Sunday warm up lasting more than 24 hours before it dips back into cold? I'm not seeing next week as unseasonably warm. Curious how you conclude that. Not experienced interpreting meteograms you posted.
Here is a good page for ensemble animations:
There will be a warm up around Xmas. To early to tell how warm...some models say blowtorch some don't.We're skiing SB/MRG 12/29-1/1. Longest forecast I can find has it cold to the 27th....here's hoping!
This weekend looks to me like Saturday morning in the catskills might be worth the drive, then it's all a mess....
Latest update on The Weather Channel shows 8-12 inches during the day on Saturday in Pinkham Notch. I don't see any other sites predicting such a large snow event. Is TWC getting me excited over nothing?