Sunday, August 12, 2012

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High school and college members from the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast Teams
at the June 2012 MD Emergency Management Conference in Ocean City MD

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Members of our Leadership Team at the New Orleans 2012 "WeatherFest" 
with The Weather Channel's Nick Walker (2nd from right)
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Members of the U.S. Leadership Team in January 2012
on the French Quarter in New Orleans following a conference
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2 comments:

ravensbbr said...

Andy, JB from WMAR is thinking snow for next weekend 2/3-ish...your thoughts?

Andy, Southern York County, PA said...

IN MORE DETAIL...SEE BELOW
EXTENDED FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD
153 PM EST SUN JAN 29 2012

...UPDATED MORNING PRELIMS..ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE OF 06Z GFS/06Z
GEFS MEAN/LAGGED AVERAGE FORECASTS/ENSEMBLE CLUSTER GROUPINGS
CONTINUE TO CONCUR WITH ABOVE THINKING. A DIFFICULT AND LOW TO NO
CONFIDENCE FORECAST IN DETAILS LATE PERIOD MAINLY WITH THE ERN
CONUS TROF. BASED ON AN AMALGAM OF DAYS 6-7 SOLUTIONS THE 06Z GFS
ENS MEAN SHOULD BE INCORPORATED INTO THE SOLUTION AND SUPPORTS THE
EARLIER ABOVE USED OVERNIGHT MODEL BLEND. <span>DEPICTION BY DAY 5 FRI
OF A CENTER JUMPING SFC LOW FROM THE OH VALLEY TO THE NC COAST AND
THAN AN EXIT NEWD TO NEAR THE NEW ENG BENCH MARK BY DAY 6 SAT
SEEMS REASONABLE AT THIS TIME ALBEIT WITH CONTINUED VERY LOW
CONFIDENCE.
</span>


AFTN MODEL AND ENS GUIDANCE CONTINUES UNDERMINE ANY ALREADY LOW
CONFIDENCE IN ANY RELIABLE SOLUTION OVER MUCH OF CONUS AS
GFS/UKMET/CMC/ECMWF HAVE GONE BACK TO YESTERDAYS 12Z SOLUTIONS OF
LEAVING BEHIND SIGNIFICANT ENERGY IN SWRN CONUS WITH THE CMC/UKMET
AND ECMWF HAVING THE STRONGEST MID LEVELS AND AT THE SFC FORMING A
SFC LOW IN THE SRN PLAINS TO GLFMEX REGION THEN MOVING INTO THE
SOUTHEAST AND MID ATLC REGIONS. GFS WHILE LEAVING BEHIND MORE OF A
MID LEVEL LOW IN THAT REGION SHEARS IT OUT AND HAS THE DIGGING NRN
STREAM THE DOMINANT FEATURE. THIS RESULTS IN A NRN STREAM SHORTWVE
AND LOW REFORMING FROM THE OH VALLEY TO THE NC COAST BUT SHIFTING
EWD WELL OFFSHORE. THE VERY LARGE SPREAD OF SOLUTIONS AND
UNCERTAINTY AND A GREAT WEATHER AND SOCIAL <span>POTENTIAL IMPACT IN
WHATEVER SOLUTION TURNS OUT TO BE CORRECT WARRANTS A WINTER STORM
PACIFIC RECON WHICH WILL BE FLOWN EARLY THIS WEEK. AFTN FINALS
WILL NOT BE CHANGED BASED ON THE RECENT 12Z RUNS. THERE IS
SIMILARITY TO YESTERDAYS 12Z RUNS WHICH QUICKLY CHANGED OVERNIGHT</span>.
RAUSCH/ROSENSTEIN