Saturday Afternoon Update

Good afternoon, everyone. I’m just getting my first look at the latest models on how they’re handling the early week potential. I’m gonna look over everything this afternoon and evening and put my updated thoughts out with an evening post.

For now, let’s take a look at how differently each model is handling the wave of low pressure and possible round of Tuesday/Tuesday night snow.

The NAM only goes through 1am Wednesday, but you can clearly see the wave idea…

Here’s the snow map from that run through 1am Wednesday…

Here’s the GFS…

GFS Snow map from that run…

GFS Ensembles snow map…

The Canadian is the most enthusiastic snow maker of any model…

Canadian snow map from that run…

Canadian Ensembles snow map…

The European Model wet from super progressive to super slow and is back to super progressive…

The Euro snow map from that run…

The Euro Ensembles snow map says the operational Euro is having issues…

I will have another update this evening, so check back. Until then, have a good one and take care.


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One Response to Saturday Afternoon Update

  1. Random Corbin Dude says:

    Yes, I Canada!

    Let’s see that 12z CMC hold fast for 72 hours and my two youngest will see the first decent snow of their lives!

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