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I'm "The Arrival of Joe" and I am the #1 Proponent of Cheating: Whatever It Takes To Get Eddie Goldman to Columbia, SC
Bump. New info?
There's still around a 30% chance of snow.
For the Atlantic Ocean maybe.
Can i get an update from someone other than negative joe. Thanks
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If you live in the upstate you can go to Shane's house and sip hot chocolate and sing Kumbaya watching old family movies of snow storms past about as close as you will get I think sadly. lol
"Last nights 10 day models showed a feature not yet seen in North America this Winter...a strong Southern Greenland Block. If you've followed weather, you'll recall the last strong blocking in southern Greenland was around the Sandy timeframe and has been mostly absent since. This and some other features is why the Southeast has had such a warm Winter (headed for a top ten warmest again--maybe top 5). But GFS and ECMWF both are showing a block in Southern Greenland and hold it there. Only time will tell if that occurs, right now I'd say odds are very low it does based on how this Winter has gone, but it could. Each day now the sun is stronger and the average temps are going up, and this time fram would be late February when the averages are climbing rapidly. But *IF* this block occurs in southern Greenland, and works to eastern Canada, combined with that closed upper low in eastern Canada, this would force storms south, as well as cold, so the Eastern US would have to watch for possible Winter storms. So Winter might not be over, just yet, esp. for Va/KY northward. It would take a major block further south to get the colder air (cold enough for snow) in the Deep South at this point. We'll see if the models hold on to this look in future runs or it's just another tease...Getting the block in southern Greenland will be crucial. Without it, expect more of the same, and thunderstorms/severe weather will be paying the Southeast a visit more and more over the next few weeks."
This post was edited by gococks31 17 months ago
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