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Now, onto the weather trends in the models, and I will go over the details on 41 Action News beginning at 4:30 PM. The computer models have been all over the place on next week’s evolving weather pattern. The European model went with a solution that the GFS model had earlier in the week showing a much slower and deeper system that could bring us a wet storm around mid to late next week. The GFS model, which had been doing this has been much more progressive. The NAM model just came out and agrees with the Canadian model with a wetter storm around Tuesday. The morning model runs have various storm types and precipitation patterns for Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. So which will it be?
The latest GFS model is dropping/digging next weeks storm deep into Mexico. There will be a kicker eventually, but where would this kick out? This GFS model run is VERY different than the NAM model that came out an hour earlier. When you watch my forecasts tonight you will likely notice that I only have a 20% chance in there for one of those mid-week days. I am going to let this get a day closer before I try to commit to a possible solution. We will get many more solutions between now and the end of the weekend, so check back in.
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