...Storm Pattern To Continue Coast To Coast Through The Medium
An Energetic, Split Flow Is Progged By All The Global Numerical
Models Across The United States This Medium-Range Period.
Important Differences In The Intensity And Speed Of The
Second-Of-Two Major Synoptic Waves Expected To Affect The Nation
Among The 00z/02 Guidance Was Easily Sorted Out By Looking At
Multi-Day Trends In The Ensemble Means--With The Middle-Ground
Stance Of The Ecens Mean Holding Up Best. The Gefs Is A Slow
Outlier--The Cmce A Fast, Weak Outlier.
As Per The Ecens Mean, The Southern Stream Of Cyclones Should
Track From The Great Basin, Across The Gulf States, Then Northeast
Astride The Appalachian Mountains.
The Ridge Over The Southeast Teleconnects With The New Deep Cold Over The Alaska Region.
Rain And Snow Are Anticipated Over Much Of The Western States, With Rain To The South Of The Polar Front And Its Waves To The East Of The Rockies, And Mixed Precipitation To The North.
Once They Reach The Appalachians, Both Major Waves--Days 3 And 7--Look To Be Split, Miller Type-B Systems, With Considerable Cold-Air Damming East Of The Mountains.
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