Severe Weather 2019

JayF

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February 6-7 may be something to watch. I’d be interested in hearing someone who is better at reading maps opinion.
To me, it looks like a rainmaker with probably Isolated and Scattered Thunderstorms. Being that it is a week out, we know how things can change though.
 

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I'm so very ready for above average temperatures, and more chances of severe weather! Today's EURO showed temperatures comfortably into the 70s across a wide portion of the Southeast early next week. It was close to the 80 degree mark in some areas of LA, MS, and AL. The GFS is warm too, and has the same idea for the places where there aren't clouds, and rain.
 
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The Euro is multiple rounds of severe weather next week. One Monday night into Tuesday and then Wednesday afternoon and evening. Large scale troughing will be anchored to the west of the Deep South next week with several vort maxes rounding the base of the trough. We will have ample return flow as well...
 
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The Euro is multiple rounds of severe weather next week. One Monday night into Tuesday and then Wednesday afternoon and evening. Large scale troughing will be anchored to the west of the Deep South next week with several vort maxes rounding the base of the trough. We will have ample return flow as well...
Yeah I was wondering about this. Does it look widespread to you at this point?
 
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The Euro is multiple rounds of severe weather next week. One Monday night into Tuesday and then Wednesday afternoon and evening. Large scale troughing will be anchored to the west of the Deep South next week with several vort maxes rounding the base of the trough. We will have ample return flow as well...
Checking in from the frozen tundra here. As uncommonly cold as this Arctic push is, it's not really going to penetrate especially deep into the Gulf. The GFS shows the air mass across the western Gulf already beginning to modify by tomorrow.
 

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I love the look on the Euro and GFS for next week. I'll be out at Lake Tahoe next week, and am hoping for a cold/snowy pattern. Warm here in the SE usually means a cool/snowy look out there.
Lucky guy, love me some Lake Tahoe! Have fun!
 
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Lucky guy, love me some Lake Tahoe! Have fun!
It'll be my third time out there, it's one of me and my wife's favorite places to go. Haven't been able to make it out during summer yet though.

At this point I'm just hoping to be able to get from Reno to the mountain on Saturday evening. They are looking at 3-5 feet of snow on the mountains from Saturday through Monday, and I'm just hoping I can catch a break in the snow to get there.
 

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