Happy Thanksgiving

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A Happy Thanksgiving to all of you.

A quick post today

– still expecting scattered rain showers today to flurries late tonight, I’ll update on the comments later today about our flurry chances

– the dec 1 system looked marginal at best even if the best case outcome occurred on those 12z gfs ensembles  if would have been an inch or two.

– a cold front should move through Monday with periods of rain showers possibly ending as flurries Tuesday morning as a week wave of low pressure moves northeast along the boundary and the residual energy is stuck over texas.

– I’m not buying the gfs solution of a secondary low in the gulf that rides north and phases with the next blast of cold air. By the way next week’s cold blast should be much stronger than what we’re experiencing to end this week.

– I’m thinking this energy over the texas and surrounding areas comes northeast toward next weekend dec 6th ish with another storm, with the cold air more established snow becomes an increasing possibility as the dominant precip type.

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3 Responses to “Happy Thanksgiving”

  1. coloradotommy Says:

    Dec 6th would be good for i-70 points north from what i can see no subfreezing temps in place here yet. gfs may be overdoing trough behind this next system.

  2. mitchg Says:

    finally buying into secondary low, look for this to phase with the next trough a fun wednesday night into thursday may be ahead of us.

  3. mitchg Says:

    late night working on thesis proposal eventhough it’s thanksgiving break, now i get a few days off, Full post on blog will be delayed to sat

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