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11/5 weeklies, where are the -'s at?


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Hopefully we can start seeing some cold air as we get into Thanksgiving week. Cooking a turkey and it being 70 with santa coming to town, just doesn't jive well with me.

 

The offset week 4 cfs2 output that doesnt go as far out in time as the ec will looks like typical nino, cold centered in Texas and Canada burning alive.

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early DEC 2001 - hanging Christmas lights on the roof in shorts & tee shirts... sweating - terrible

that is terrible.. Last year was probably the best. I usually start my lights the day after thanksgiving and as we all remember the snow event the day before thanksgiving. So I was doing lights in 3-4 inches of snow.

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weeklies at h5  weeks 1-2 -pna with se ridge. week 3 still -pna but the trof comes into the plains a little more so the se ridge gets knocked back a little but still most likely above normal. thanksgiving into first week of december more of a split flow look with weak +pna, trof kicks out from plains to central lakes

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weeklies at h5  weeks 1-2 -pna with se ridge. week 3 still -pna but the trof comes into the plains a little more so the se ridge gets knocked back a little but still most likely above normal. thanksgiving into first week of december more of a split flow look with weak +pna, trof kicks out from plains to central lakes

Makes sense based on discussion last few days.

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