NAO is Forecast to go negative.Does that mean snow storms for the East Coast.
Anonymous unfortunately I think it is too little too late. Next year will be better.
I have a general question. As we actually move into spring, will the strongest tornado threat still be in the usual areas of the country? Or could that be different this year due to the mild winter and now record breaking temps for part of the Midwest? Just curious as to what to expect into summer. As always, thanks.
Hail producing tstms are everywhere. Even a tornado warning is out in MI. Wish I was storm chasing in that area today.
Hello, Andrew. What model blend do you generally use for forecasting? I generally use an ECMWF/GFS/ and slight CMC blend. However, I have done some forecasts just using the GEFS/UKMET blend! When the Euro and Gfs go bonkers I do that. For the Sun outbreak I will be available and ready to track some storms. Mon I will be working but I'll be tracking the storms anyway. Folks, the outbreak for Sunday looks bad. Keep an eye on the weather. The Weather Centre is a great place to stay updated.
Alice: I'm thinking the usual areas and probably mostly south with the way the jet stream is playing out at this point in time.Eastern WX: A GFS/NAM is usually my favored blend, but long range, I go for a ECMWF/GFS blend, more biased on the ECMWF. For severe weather and more short range situations, I also like to get a taste of the SREF in my forecasts.
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