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Thursday, December 9, 2010

December 12th GL storm

CMC- The CMC model is indicating a track that would be favorable for heavy snow from Chicago to Madison, WI or Rhinelander, WI. Thickness fine.

NOGAPS- The NOGAPS also indicates a favorable track for this event.

NAM- The NAM shows the track up in Wisconsin, favoring snow for the N. Wisconsin areas.

GFS- The GFS favors a track slicing through Chicago, but with thickness allowing heavy snow.

WRF- The WRF likes the storm to go up into Wisconsin as well, with rain into Chicago.

CPC- The CPC indicates heavy snow on Dec. 12 for the Lower GL.

NWS- NWS indicates several inches.

Accuweather- Indicating 2-6 inches.

GFS Ensemble 1- The ensemble indicates possibility of heavy precip in Lower GL, likely heavy precip in Canada by the Eastern GL.

GFS Ensemble 2- Out of 12 ensemble members, most of them prefer to go through Illinois with fine thickness, giving Chicago heavy snow and Wisconsin.

UKMET- The UKMET indicates the low going through Central Ill. Thickness fine.

WXMAPS Meteogram- Rain to Snow. Unknown accumulation.

HPC- Unknown