The NAM Is Trying

Good Saturday evening. The NAM Model continues to show a much better mix of the cold and precipitation on Monday. That leads to the model showing a quicker changeover to snow and more accumulation.

Here ya go…

I still cannot endorse something like that happening. But the trend of the NAM is to show a little more snow with each run. If it’s showing something similar to that tomorrow at this time, then we can talk. Until then… enjoy your Saturday evening.

Take care.


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16 Responses to The NAM Is Trying

  1. BubbaG says:

    Thanks for the update CB!

    Speaking of “CB”, thanks for this one, Andy!

    It was last winter’s video “hit”. Ditto for this year? I am leaning to “no” since two winters in a row seems unlikely. None the less, I am saving the URL link for this video for posting purposes ;)

  2. Danny says:

    Problem with the NAM its the only model showing snow. It’s a outlier or outliar.

  3. MikeM says:

    The model shows Woodford County getting 4 inches of snow. Even Charlie Brown wouldn’t fall for that one.

  4. Shelley says:

    let it snow let it snow let it snow!

  5. Marsha says:

    Chris is the cold snow off this blog is getting depressing with all the comment on here

  6. patty says:

    I’ll just be happy watching a little snow fall! I think the ground is just way to warm to support any accumulation even if the temp falls drastically! However, if it does there’ll be no complaints here!

  7. Bobby says:

    I used to love coming to this site. The comments section really bums me out though. I think I’ll just watch the news and get that day’s weather from here on out.

  8. Todd says:

    We have already had temps in the low 40′s for highs, Chris your dec 7th thru 14th start to winter is not going to happen, what is the latest in your new winter start?

  9. dawnp007 says:

    Old Christmas commercials!!! Who can remember these????

  10. dawnp007 says:

    So funny!

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