Sunday, October 16, 2011

Long-Range GFS Tricks the Northeast with Halloween Snowfall Treat

October 30 1AM Snow Depth
Today's 18z GFS model is giving the Northeast a mean trick or treat with a 2 foot snowfall the day before Halloween. But don't fret, young trick or treaters, because this is the long-range GFS- weather speak for unreliable. While October 30th is a period where snowfall could occur in the Northeast, I have very low confidence that this will happen.

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