Thursday, December 23, 2010

White Christmas

White Christmas Outlook continued

OK, I'm going to put my neck out here on this coming winter event for Christmas, first of all things are pointing to a White Christmas, predictive amounts have went back and forth as to how much and when.  Most model forecast are saying between 1 and 2 inches some say 4-6 inches.   Timing has change as well from early Christmas eve to late Christmas Eve to possible early Christmas morning.  This storm has all the tell tale signs of producing quite a bit more snow given the slow progress of it and the fact it may tap into some southern moisture,  this is no model data or anything I'm being told it's just plain old gut feeling we will get more than what is being forecasters are saying for now.  I have no qualms with saying this take it for what its worth.  No offense to weather forecasters but we can be some of the biggest liers around, do we do it intentionally no, do we make mistakes, yes.  Part of being human.  Sorry, if I get it wrong and great if you are prepared and it's right.   Below is current weather maps from the last hour as well as model data. 

Current US weather map's below Thursdays.

Thursdays satellite image

Thursday Forecast

GFS Model Data for Christmas Day

Check out my Weather Links site for the forecast of temperature and and conditions just click on the Weather and Plants Links Radar map to the top right of this page.

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