As insane as the Euro has been, I don't believe it. I know a few of you are say what the @*#*# are you thinking.
The GFS is locked on to keeping the low a million miles off shore .The GFS did a good job with the last system ,once it locked on to keeping off shore too.. So I'm going out on a limb with this one , and predicting a NON event for the NE.. Of course things can change since it's still 5 days out. So as of today that's my take on things..
There are so many differing models pointing in so many different directions it is like a horse race...pick one and hope it wins. I don't have much confidence but I hope the Euro wins...and it has it slowing it down too so I can catch a bit of the pow when I get back to Gore on the 28th. I am looking at the GFS MRF on Unisys and hope it's wrong otherwise we will be wearing shorts on New Years. Speaking of too far out....
NWS Albany Disc "THE ECMWF...WHICH HAS A SOLUTION THAT WOULD RESULT IN A SIGNIFICANT
SNOWFALL FOR THE AREA."
Proud to call Gore My Home Mountain
Covid stole what would have been my longest season ever!
I'll be back
Wow the 12z GFS made a move to the west and so did the 18z NAM. What does this mean for the mountains? Unfortunately not much, especially the ADK's. The Greens and Whites and Maine might fair better. It is still to far to the east. NYC and Boston might have some shoveling to do.
If this is the track, big if. Backlash in the Greens and Whites might be significant.
One final note the Euro (ECMWF) move the low further to the east. I'm sure this isn't finished yet.
Also a gully washer is on tap for latter in the period...