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crankyweatherguy
I do weather stuff. I don't do weather hysterics stuff. I don't craft my feed to support any particular kind of weather. What comes, comes, and we shall follow.
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Greg Carbin 6h
Last shot this Sunday afternoon (and for the season) from Mt. Tom Woodstock . This past week has been good on the eyes, mind, and body.
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crankyweatherguy 5h
Replying to @ReaperofCanada
Not sure yet. I'd put the floor at 980-984mb & Gusts in the 50s with the low level negative tilting boundary that sweeps up around. Plausible to be stronger. Confidence increase tomorrow; strong on Tuesday, as per inclusion or dismissal of high/low end envelope.
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crankyweatherguy 5h
Replying to @thomasjcimino @OSNW3
I think it could if not should. After the lull then return of the pattern; may time well too! Maybe has some RRWT return date possibilities for these recent coastal entities. I think he's back around.
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crankyweatherguy 5h
Replying to @Brady30951303
Everything builds off of this process which begins to occur Tuesday. We may get better hints tomorrow but honestly it won't fall in line until Tuesday (shedding or adopting high/low end possibilities).
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crankyweatherguy Oct 12
October 12, 2019 . . Weekend Showers & Fronts Mid Week Storm Event Pattern: Cool/Seasonable Active dominates while a brief late period "warmer" stretch awaits. . . October 12, 2019
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crankyweatherguy Oct 12
October 11, 2019 . . RECAP: Nor'Easter, Melissa 5-Pages, 175 Images - 9/20 - 10/12 Discussion All tweets, blog references, image loops. . . October 11, 2019
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crankyweatherguy 5h
Plenty of advanced knowledge of both October storms. We'll track it and see where it leads us. If the last one didn't prompt you its time to consider again to stow the lawn crap for the season. Unless you're conducting science experiments. One last retweet of the relevant blog.
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crankyweatherguy 5h
Not much else to offer but to track it. Been on the menu for weeks construct unknown; now known. Strong negative tilt process, heavy rains, system floor is "damaging" gusts into the 50s. To entertain higher just want to see it evolve further is all. WED/THU rough weather.
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crankyweatherguy 5h
We can do the mash up. You can just see why there has been and continues to be a high probability of a significant if not severe storm system for the Mid-Atlantic and North East. Depends on how Mon/Tue plays out to see just how much comes.
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crankyweatherguy 6h
Replying to @BxtraNASTY
Appreciated.
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crankyweatherguy 6h
Southern Components. Also just waiting for it to advance & consolidate then turn eastward through the deep south.
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crankyweatherguy 6h
Streak undercuts S-Piece and starts to organize it. Northern piece dives in and accelerates development of the powerful closed upper low. Parent is born. Process set for a while. Just tracking & waiting for it to pop. Some tomorrow but early Tuesday really starts to ramp up.
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crankyweatherguy 6h
Reason why northern most piece is strengthening & accelerating organization tonight is this intensifying streak dropping down the west flank of the trough. It will round the base of the lead piece from the PACNW (that nice feature off of Oregon last night) & accelerate rotation.
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crankyweatherguy 6h
I already was on the strong idea from weeks past. I still think it has to come together tomorrow into early Tuesday before we know just how strong. Yet, leaning higher does seem appropriate. Not because of guidance which is playing catch up but because of the elements themselves
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crankyweatherguy 6h
Replying to @RobertBraga7
I already was on the strong idea from weeks past. I still think it has to come together tomorrow into early Tuesday before we know just how strong. Yet, leaning higher does seem appropriate. Not because of guidance which is playing catch up but because of the elements themselves
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crankyweatherguy 6h
Replying to @Ryan_B93
Sometimes you have your finger on the pulse. Other times not. Weather gunna weather.
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crankyweatherguy 6h
Tomorrow they advance towards interaction. Tuesday they interact. Then we'll know just how strong this event may be. Easy baseline to start has been offered of the neg tilt, the heavy rain, and wind gusts in the 50s. If observational trends continue then those values will rise.
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crankyweatherguy 6h
It looked obvious last night. It looks even more obvious tonight. It isn't going to screw around.
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crankyweatherguy 6h
As did the East Pacific element. Just a matter of how well they come together.
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crankyweatherguy 6h
The Siberian Arctic Ocean feature looked really strong last night, too.
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