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November 27, 2012


CFS Model showing extensive cold and snow before Christmas!

by craig1

Hello folks, I know everyone is pretty bummed out about the next 1-2 week forecast of warming temperatures over the United States. But the EURO/CMC are starting to break down the ridge with a nice little trough December 7th. That isn’t the big news though. Just to deliver a glimmer of hope for snow lovers looking at the extended gfs sure looks very cold and snowy by Christmas for the eastern 2/3rds of the country.

Here is the CFSv2 climate model snow depth by Christmas Day ;

As you can see is has an extensive amount of snow cover especially from I-80 on north through the Ohio Valley, Great Plains and Northeast. It also has an extensive trough from the central plains on east through the eastern United States into the end of the month. Of course this is way in advance but stay tuned for more information!

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  1. RichWi.
    Nov 27 2012

    Bring it on…I*’m ready..


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