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My Weather Outlook for USA Eastcoast, Mid-West and South, (Weather Warning)

 
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This is my newest updated warning due to the latest forecast and weather patterns that is setting up. Anyone who lives in New Brunswick Canada, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, South Eastern New York, Upstate New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Northern Virginia, West Virgina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Northern Nebraska. You are all under my zone of concern for the rest of this winter. There is an extremely strong negative phase happening right now which is going to result in many big time storms, From Severe weather and tornadoes to major snow and blizzards. This threat is very real and is coming very soon as Early as Next week, YES!

For New England, the North-east and mid-Atlantic, there is a growing storm threat looming this winter, based on today’s storm track and the storm track from previous days. You can expect many coastal storms from now to the beginning of March for Northern virgina to New Brunswick Canada and the threat is definitely there to see at least 1 Coastal storm per week for these areas, sometimes it can be 2 storms in one week and I’ve seen that in one of the GFS runs already. Now not every coastal storm is going to be strong and produce snow, you know if you live to far south like in virgina there is a higher threat of rain or a mix of rain to snow then all snow. About the storms, one will be weak and the other strong meaning from one storm you may get less than 6 inches of snow while from the next storm esp. for places like Long Island, New York city, Boston, New Jersey and Philadelphia you are in my prime target zone to seeing a foot or more of snowfall even as far south as Delaware and Washington D.C you too can see a foot of snow or more from a coastal storm. Now for New Brunswick Canada You can see well over a foot of snow from a coastal storm the way the weather pattern is behaving right now.

About the weather pattern, everything is negatively tilted, meaning your area may experience a brief warm up then brief cool down and when you have a warm up esp. for the south there is a tornado threat looming for your area because there is going to be an instability set up over the south, I have already seen this on the GFS run,. Aside from that for the south expect some severe weather because a pattern set up like this is only going to result in severe weather esp. for places like Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, parts of Oklahoma and Texas.

For the Mid-west there are signs that the storm pattern that is setting up for the east coast and mid- Atlantic will indeed affect you too resulting in snowfall and at least 1 or more blizzards before winter is over. There is a moderate to high chance that cold will be building over these locations. The worse of the cold, my target zone for the cold will be in North and South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, Michigan and including upstate New York the usual places but for Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio you too will see cold and you will see snow, how much? My target zone for a foot or more of snow for the mid-west based on the weather pattern set up is Iowa, Illinois, Including Chicago, Ohio and West Virginia and Indiana. However it is tricky to forecast there, there is a 75/100 chance of a major blizzard hitting these locations, a 50/100 Chance of it just being a rain to snow mix or average winter storm, The 6-12 inches of snowfall you know, and a 25/100 Chance of it just being all rain. The reason the chances is low for rain in these locations because there is all of this cold air that is going to sink out of Canada into the mid-west and north-east even as far south as Texas so that is why I am saying the snow threat is there but the storms can be too far south and east of these locations resulting in just more cold windy days then snow days.

This is a very active weather period coming that will last from February into early march for now, it is too early to say whether it will last into the middle of March but my time zone right now is from now to early march.

Please prepare the next few weeks in the USA is going to be very active weather wise indeed. Very stormy pattern is headed our way
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5 stars for the hard work you put into this thread hf
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5 stars for the hard work you put into this thread hf
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Thank you very much it a week to put all this info together
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5 stars for the hard work you put into this thread hf
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Thank you very much it a week to put all this info together
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I bet, great work
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I usually go here for all my weather forecast.

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I usually go here for all my weather forecast.


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lol cool2

Why do you all do that to guy man, I mean is it just me or is this person funny when he makes a forecast? and nobody says nothing about it and he just goes along with it, Idk man every time I see videos from him I crack up laughing, I know it’s wrong that’s how come I try not laugh but it is the way he talks, the way he sounds when he makes the forecast and I am going to leave it right there, I had my say in this
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you missed something...

[link to weather.ou.edu]
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oh but, you did actually come up with this yourself? just for that, should be pinned, no more of this luisport bullshit MSM twitter feed threads....
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I live in the northeast and on Monday it supposed to be 36 degrees, Tuesday 47 degrees and Wednesday 37 degrees, Thursday 36 degrees...

But a foot of snow you say...whatever
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By March the sun angle and length of day pretty much puts an end to winter... at least the worst of it. Continuing drought and lack of snow cover in the US great plains points to another hot dry summer, similar to last summer.
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I live in the northeast and on Monday it supposed to be 36 degrees, Tuesday 47 degrees and Wednesday 37 degrees, Thursday 36 degrees...

But a foot of snow you say...whatever
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Where at in the Northeast because it is 28 Degrees here In New York City with Gusty Winds and the GFS for now is showing a coastal storm in the Northeast on friday
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oh but, you did actually come up with this yourself? just for that, should be pinned, no more of this luisport bullshit MSM twitter feed threads....
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Yes I did Come up with this myself and I also went and looked at some other forecast to confirm what I was saying and it does indeed look like it will play out the way I am saying it will, I looked at many of the weather forecast Runs such as the GFS, the European model, the NAM, the NAO, North Atlantic oscillation, The PNA, All of this stuff and the NAO is one reason why I felt the need to stress what I am saying because the forecast for the NAO is expected to go all the way down to negative 2, the last time it was at negative 2 was when hurricane sandy had hit the east coast and it shows with the NAO when it goes that far negative a strong storm is going to be forced up into the north east or mid-Atlantic and just as I thought the GFS run does indeed have a potential blizzard coming for the north-east in the beginning of march and it goes perfectly in connecting with what the NAO mean is, So yes this is my forecast and I am pretty confident it will play out this way.
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Re: My Weather Outlook for USA Eastcoast, Mid-West and South, (Weather Warning)
Hello everyone this is just an update on my weather forecast, The storm threat which I had discussed for the Mid-west and south has been confirmed, Severe weather is soon expected in the south and a series of winter storms is headed for Iowa, Southern Wisconsin, Southern Minnesota, South Dakota and Illinois, Regarding the weather pattern which I have talked about it has only changed a slight bit for now because of some of the GFS runs are different showing an ease in the storms and the NAO is still forecasted to go to negative 1 which will result in many east coast storms but it is not forecasted to go to negative 2 like it was yesterday. Don’t worry I will keep a close eye on everything, my forecast for the Mid-West, The South, The North-East and the East Coast Remains

Here is accuweather confirming my forecast predictions about the storms in the Mid-west and South

[link to www.accuweather.com]

This was updated by me on 2/18/2013 1:07pm Eastern Standard time
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Don't think a foot of snow is going to phase anyone in those regions.
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This is my newest updated warning due to the latest forecast and weather patterns that is setting up. Anyone who lives in New Brunswick Canada, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, South Eastern New York, Upstate New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Northern Virginia, West Virgina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Northern Nebraska. You are all under my zone of concern for the rest of this winter. There is an extremely strong negative phase happening right now which is going to result in many big time storms, From Severe weather and tornadoes to major snow and blizzards. This threat is very real and is coming very soon as Early as Next week, YES!

For New England, the North-east and mid-Atlantic, there is a growing storm threat looming this winter, based on today’s storm track and the storm track from previous days. You can expect many coastal storms from now to the beginning of March for Northern virgina to New Brunswick Canada and the threat is definitely there to see at least 1 Coastal storm per week for these areas, sometimes it can be 2 storms in one week and I’ve seen that in one of the GFS runs already. Now not every coastal storm is going to be strong and produce snow, you know if you live to far south like in virgina there is a higher threat of rain or a mix of rain to snow then all snow. About the storms, one will be weak and the other strong meaning from one storm you may get less than 6 inches of snow while from the next storm esp. for places like Long Island, New York city, Boston, New Jersey and Philadelphia you are in my prime target zone to seeing a foot or more of snowfall even as far south as Delaware and Washington D.C you too can see a foot of snow or more from a coastal storm. Now for New Brunswick Canada You can see well over a foot of snow from a coastal storm the way the weather pattern is behaving right now.

About the weather pattern, everything is negatively tilted, meaning your area may experience a brief warm up then brief cool down and when you have a warm up esp. for the south there is a tornado threat looming for your area because there is going to be an instability set up over the south, I have already seen this on the GFS run,. Aside from that for the south expect some severe weather because a pattern set up like this is only going to result in severe weather esp. for places like Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, parts of Oklahoma and Texas.

For the Mid-west there are signs that the storm pattern that is setting up for the east coast and mid- Atlantic will indeed affect you too resulting in snowfall and at least 1 or more blizzards before winter is over. There is a moderate to high chance that cold will be building over these locations. The worse of the cold, my target zone for the cold will be in North and South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, Michigan and including upstate New York the usual places but for Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio you too will see cold and you will see snow, how much? My target zone for a foot or more of snow for the mid-west based on the weather pattern set up is Iowa, Illinois, Including Chicago, Ohio and West Virginia and Indiana. However it is tricky to forecast there, there is a 75/100 chance of a major blizzard hitting these locations, a 50/100 Chance of it just being a rain to snow mix or average winter storm, The 6-12 inches of snowfall you know, and a 25/100 Chance of it just being all rain. The reason the chances is low for rain in these locations because there is all of this cold air that is going to sink out of Canada into the mid-west and north-east even as far south as Texas so that is why I am saying the snow threat is there but the storms can be too far south and east of these locations resulting in just more cold windy days then snow days.

This is a very active weather period coming that will last from February into early march for now, it is too early to say whether it will last into the middle of March but my time zone right now is from now to early march.

Please prepare the next few weeks in the USA is going to be very active weather wise indeed. Very stormy pattern is headed our way
 Quoting: Divinityz


Do you stay up at night and think up all this nifty stuff?
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This is my newest updated warning due to the latest forecast and weather patterns that is setting up. Anyone who lives in New Brunswick Canada, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, South Eastern New York, Upstate New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Northern Virginia, West Virgina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Northern Nebraska. You are all under my zone of concern for the rest of this winter. There is an extremely strong negative phase happening right now which is going to result in many big time storms, From Severe weather and tornadoes to major snow and blizzards. This threat is very real and is coming very soon as Early as Next week, YES!

For New England, the North-east and mid-Atlantic, there is a growing storm threat looming this winter, based on today’s storm track and the storm track from previous days. You can expect many coastal storms from now to the beginning of March for Northern virgina to New Brunswick Canada and the threat is definitely there to see at least 1 Coastal storm per week for these areas, sometimes it can be 2 storms in one week and I’ve seen that in one of the GFS runs already. Now not every coastal storm is going to be strong and produce snow, you know if you live to far south like in virgina there is a higher threat of rain or a mix of rain to snow then all snow. About the storms, one will be weak and the other strong meaning from one storm you may get less than 6 inches of snow while from the next storm esp. for places like Long Island, New York city, Boston, New Jersey and Philadelphia you are in my prime target zone to seeing a foot or more of snowfall even as far south as Delaware and Washington D.C you too can see a foot of snow or more from a coastal storm. Now for New Brunswick Canada You can see well over a foot of snow from a coastal storm the way the weather pattern is behaving right now.

About the weather pattern, everything is negatively tilted, meaning your area may experience a brief warm up then brief cool down and when you have a warm up esp. for the south there is a tornado threat looming for your area because there is going to be an instability set up over the south, I have already seen this on the GFS run,. Aside from that for the south expect some severe weather because a pattern set up like this is only going to result in severe weather esp. for places like Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, parts of Oklahoma and Texas.

For the Mid-west there are signs that the storm pattern that is setting up for the east coast and mid- Atlantic will indeed affect you too resulting in snowfall and at least 1 or more blizzards before winter is over. There is a moderate to high chance that cold will be building over these locations. The worse of the cold, my target zone for the cold will be in North and South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, Michigan and including upstate New York the usual places but for Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio you too will see cold and you will see snow, how much? My target zone for a foot or more of snow for the mid-west based on the weather pattern set up is Iowa, Illinois, Including Chicago, Ohio and West Virginia and Indiana. However it is tricky to forecast there, there is a 75/100 chance of a major blizzard hitting these locations, a 50/100 Chance of it just being a rain to snow mix or average winter storm, The 6-12 inches of snowfall you know, and a 25/100 Chance of it just being all rain. The reason the chances is low for rain in these locations because there is all of this cold air that is going to sink out of Canada into the mid-west and north-east even as far south as Texas so that is why I am saying the snow threat is there but the storms can be too far south and east of these locations resulting in just more cold windy days then snow days.

This is a very active weather period coming that will last from February into early march for now, it is too early to say whether it will last into the middle of March but my time zone right now is from now to early march.

Please prepare the next few weeks in the USA is going to be very active weather wise indeed. Very stormy pattern is headed our way
 Quoting: Divinityz


Do you stay up at night and think up all this nifty stuff?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23554071


Yupp I try to put the forecast of the computer runs and everything all together in one short forecast
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