Thursday, February 18, 2010

Please Fasten Your Seatbelts

It looks like we have ran into some turbulence and the captain has asked you to remain in your seat and fasten your seatbelts.

The overnight runs for the system have waffled with the storm system causing it to go way south allowing only light accumulations for our area.  Confidence appears low by many professional meteorologists but  we will make a smooth transition back to a more northern solution with this storm.  It will be as easy as Sully landing in the Hudson.

Of course there are just a few parachutes available and if this storm system is another miss, then it will be every man for himself.  Stay tuned for updates.

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PS. Scott, please go wash the plow.  You will either need to push a lot of snow or clear the rubble from the crash of another forecast if we get missed by the big one again. 


Anonymous said...

Great write!

Gregory said...

Either way Scott you will get to use your plow... I think the broken forecast will be harder to plow though lol ;)

Scott said...

I will not waffle as the models have chosen to do! This storm is coming, it will not fail, we've seen this waffle stuff before! That being said, I actually have two late driveways to plow from the last system, and will be washing the plow today, problem solved! I look forward to this afternoon or evening when the models complete their haphazard cycle and slide back to the north!

Jim said...

Taking a look again, the 00z models were terrible and I went to bed after seeing them go south. The 18z DGEX was also south and I didn't include it in my detailed forecast last evening.

The good news is the 6z models made a small trend back north with the DGEX all the way back with a narrow band over us.

Now we just wait for the 12z runs and hope things come back north some more...