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End of year system for 29th to the 30th, first look.

Synopsis: A storm system is currently moving on shore at the Pacific Northwest and a 500mb shortwave will begin to develop in the lower Mississippi river valley. Preliminary guidance will allow a trough axis to form and soon to turn negative axis. An upper low will push off the coast and where we are thinking would…
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UPDATE: Final Call/Synopsis for 17 December

UPDATES: CURRENT OBSERVATIONS: Going over observations there are couple things we are noticing. First, (pictured below) areas of precipitation in south central Pennsylvania. While not reaching the ground this tells us a couple of things; Models weren't picking up on this, virga is aiding further precipitative cooling, and there is an indication of an earlier…
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Second Call: Saturday, December 17th Impact and Synopsis

Low pressure will begin to move into the Great Lakes tomorrow into Saturday. An associated  warm front will then push south to north overnight Friday into Saturday morning. Initially all counties within our coverage area will be cold enough for snow, at times snow will be heavy. As the warm front moves north and warm air…
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Synopsis and First Call for Saturday December 17

Early Saturday morning a low pressure system will enter our region from the west.  As you know Thursday and Friday are going to be cold. Very cold due to a piece of the polar vortex breaking off and sinking in the United States. Antecedent cold air will remain in place with surface temperatures in the…
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