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WXRISK MODEL PAGE

http://www.wxrisk.com/Pages/wxmodellinksv20.htm

 

 

THE FORECAST MODEL SOUNDING MACHINE

http://www.stormchaser.niu.edu/machine/fcstsound.html

 

 

Current North American Temperature Contour Plot

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_con_temp_na.html

 

 

 

Aviation Digital Data Service METARS Sounding Tool (Takes awhile to load the page!!!)

http://adds.aviationweather.noaa.gov/metar...ppletsize=large

 

 

PSU Weather webcam

http://146.186.221.188/cgi-bin/jpg/image.c...olution=704x480

 

 

WeatherBlog

http://blog.myweatherguide.com/

 

 

 

 

WNBC SNE precip weather map

http://www.wnbc.com/wxmap/1201093/detail.html

 

 

 

NCEP Model Forecast Hourly Weather Data

Here you will find hourly forecasts of weather conditions for over 100 cities. Check the left panel to choose a station/city, the variable to view, and the forecast model. The plot below is for the city having the greatest Eta-forecast precipitation in the next 60hr and is updated with each run.

http://coolwx.com/cgi-bin/getbufr.php?regi...rrent&field=DEF

 

 

NCEP Model Analyses and Forecasts

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/nwprod/an...2/index_s.shtml

 

 

WEATHERAmerica Newsletter Links LARRYS LINKS

http://www.weathermatrix.net/archive/wxamerica/0000.shtml

 

 

 

 

Stormsfury's excellent model page!

http://www.stormsfury1.com/Weather/Models/Models.html

 

 

GSM/RSM/SFM

http://ecpc.ucsd.edu/

 

 

 

National Weather Service - NCSU

Collaborative Research & Training Site: Great snowfall maps concerning past storms!

http://www.meas.ncsu.edu/nws/www/cases/

 

The current storm, the warmup, and beyond, What wild rides might be next?

EUSWX thread by VAwxman

http://www.easternuswx.com/bb/index.php?showtopic=12709

 

Helpful Maps

http://216.133.76.146/bb/index.php?showtopic=11586

 

Photoblink

http://www.photoblink.com/imageView.asp?ImageID=128222

 

SREF

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/nwpara/an...ef_x24_060s.gif

 

 

QUIK SNOW

http://www.easternuswx.com/bb/index.php?showtopic=11967

 

CONUS Snow Depths

http://grib2.wxcaster.com/CONUS_GFS_SFC_SNOW-DEPTH_180HR.gif

 

RAP Real-Time Weather Data

http://www.rap.ucar.edu/weather/satellite/

 

 

Will's Fort Kent, Maine webcam that shows kick-ass snowpack!!!!!!

http://www.sjv.net/community_one.htm

 

MidAtlanticWeather.com PHPBB weather community

http://www.midatlanticweather.com/bb/index.php

 

 

 

Mid Atlantic Winter Weather BLOG!!!

http://mawinterweather.blogspot.com/

 

 

NOAA Central Library

U.S. Daily Weather Maps Project

You can get old maps from as far back as 1872 to the present!

http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/dwm/data_r...ather_maps.html

 

NOHRSC Interactive Snow Information page

http://www.nohrsc.nws.gov/interactive/html/map.html

 

 

Winter WxSpotter Course

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/iwx/snow_spotters/...v3_document.htm

 

 

Herbwx's kick-ass weather website

http://mywebpages.comcast.net/herbwx/summary.html

 

Snow Photos

http://community.webshots.com/user/winternj14-date

 

Boston Winter Weather

http://www.geocities.com/bostonwinterweather/index.html

 

 

Hardcore Weather

http://www.hardcoreweather.com/

 

Yeah Philly really DOES get snow:

http://www.nycsubway.org/perl/show?13554

 

 

Snow data website:

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/SNOW/archive.html

 

 

Plymouth State Weather Center

http://vortex.plymouth.edu/make.html

 

WGN WeatherCenter BLOG

http://wgntv.trb.com/news/weather/weblog/w...es/2004_12.html

 

 

http://www.ecmwf.int/products/forecasts/d/...2812!!/

 

 

http://www.ecmwf.int/products/forecasts/d/...0412!!/

 

 

MOS temps across nation

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/synop/avnmosmap.html

 

 

http://www.nrlmry.navy.mil/tc_pages/tc_home.html

 

 

WOW, Check THIS out:

http://wgntv.trb.com/news/weather/weblog/wgnweather/

 

 

Information about forecast models

http://weather.unisys.com/model/details.html

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Joe's Meteorological Outlook: December 15, 2004

The thoughts expressed in this column represent Joe Bastardi's personal interpretation of the weather pattern formulated from his expert analysis of the conditions affecting the weather in the entire Northern Hemisphere.

 

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ZZTop winter pattern evolution continues for the next 10-15 days. It's heading towards bad, and it's nationwide.

 

Colder shots of longer, stronger durations will be farther west with time. Possible widespread severe shot starts down the Plains the middle of next week. Even the Pacific Northwest may get involved!

 

One of the five strongest pre-solstice upper trofs since 1950 into mid-Atlantic is forecasted ala "wrecking ball" style. (See yesterday's feed.) In other words, it first kicks, then captures, offshore development. Given forecasted position and intensity, this will mean a lot of March 2001 type underachieving snow amounts. But like 2001 where it got its act together, it could be quite the storm to behold. This is dealt with in the next paragraph.

 

The ideas with this are:

 

1.) The front runner is still a cause for concern from the band of snow Friday into Saturday from southwest Carolinas to southeastern New England, but the system should escape.

 

2.) The digging of a major trof in a separate storm, sort of a super clipper, with development of major storm for the Virginia Capes Sunday night, with a northeastward move to near Cape Cod by Monday night.

 

Widespread light to moderate snow (1-3 inches) is likely with this northeast of the line from Norfolk to Duluth. A heavy lake-effect outbreak is in the cards for all areas of the Lakes. Severe blizzard conditions, much like March 2001, should develop with elevation snow in the central and southern Appalachians. Life-threatening conditions with whiteouts are possible as upper lows come southeastward. A strong jet comes over and subzero cold develops above 2,500 feet Sunday night into Monday as upper low charges across. Again, for those living there, the backlash of March 2001 should be a reference. The threat of heavy snow starts near DC with an expanding cone to the north and east. The storm could reach super storm status late in its career for New England, but again, this is dicey. The biggest threat of widespread accumulations of 6 or more is New England.

 

Temperatures with trof: Fast (24- to 48-hour shot) of super cold air may deliver a freeze to battered Florida groves. The call is for a one-day 20 below normal in Chicago and 25 below normal from Nashville to Atlanta in the means. The cold in Texas should be close to this morning's levels (which have yet to be reached), but 5-10 colder in Florida! This SHOULD NOT BE THE COLDEST AIR OF THE PATTERN, THOUGH, FOR THESE AREAS, AND ESPECIALLY FARTHER WEST.

 

A sneaky lake-effect system with renewed underdone cold shot is in store for New England and the Northeast Friday into Saturday.

 

A major cross-polar alignment with Cahir's connection means cold and stormy holiday periods are likely. And yes, the ZZTop tune "I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide" may be the correct theme behind it.

 

See you for lunch.

 

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