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A Big Weekend Warm Up

Good morning bloggers,

There will be a big weekend warm up across the plains, and there is a chance of some snow melting cooled air approaching from the south on Sunday.  Around 5″ of snow fell in Oklahoma City yesterday.  Who is jealous of this:

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In KC, we have had 0.5″ of snow since the blizzard on November 25th.  This storm is one that I was hoping would have been a bit larger scale  in this cycle, and it was not, as it ended up tracking south just like in the last cycle. The next storm in line is on Monday, and that one may develop a band of rain as it zips east. I will be flying to NYC for my nephews wedding Sunday night, and that same system will b a bit wetter by the time it zips into the northeastern USA Monday night and Tuesday.  And, then, the storm following that one is the part of the cycling pattern that produced a huge warm up and blizzard in KC.  What will happen this time? Some of the models last night had a blizzard, while others just have a strong cold front. Let’s see how they trend. If you remember…..the blizzard didn’t come into focus until a day or two before. So, hang on for the ride.

Here are two models that came in  overnight. The first is the European Model, that has had nothing until now, and the second is the Canadian model, which also had nothing until now:

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And, this just in on what has been almost the LRC model, as it has done quite well at times, the ICON model:
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This is an exact replica of the blizzard from November. Wow! Now, remember bloggers, we are still going to get this cycles version, and it could still be anywhere from a strong cold front to this massive solution.

Have a great day!

Gary

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