Continue To Rely On The Ecens Mean As A Synoptic Guide At The
Medium Range. This Mean Has Afforded The Smoothest Transition To The Flow Regime In The Wake Of The Big Short-Range Storm.
The Hallmark Of The New Flow Will Be Ever-Diminishing West-To-East Progression Of Waves Across The United States.
Mass Field Remnants From Day-Three Systems May Take Most Of The Period Before Washing Out In The Shortwave Pileup.
Relying On Any Particular Operational Run Would Needlessly Draw Attention To One Area Of Forcing At The Cost Of Another.
In General, The Pacific Northwest And East Coast Look Wettest, With Lighter Precipitation--Including Snow Over The Upper Midwest Days 3 And 4--Over The Nation's Midsection.
The Southwest Still Looks Dry.
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