Wednesday, December 12, 2012

7am Weather Update

Just a quick update to show you what last night’s computer models are showing for the “potential” storm next week that I mentioned yesterday.

The European model is still trying to hint at something.  Not quite as strong as previous runs, but there is still something there.

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The GFS tries to bring a developing area of low pressure down out of the Plains before finally getting it’s act together once it hits the east coast.

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There would be a chance for some flurries or extremely light snow in southeast Missouri, southern Illinois and western Kentucky but the model has definitely pushed the storm to the east.

My feelings after last night’s developments?  They haven’t changed.  Still wait and see.  If the models continue this for Friday’s runs, then I’ll get a little more excited.  For now, the “Freak-Out-Meter” holds at 0.5 out of 10.

I’ll try to post what the morning runs show later today.

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