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    Spring Has Started but Weather Missed the Memo

    March 21, 2014; 8:18 AM ET

    Friday morning

    Here is the video forecast the covers the period from today through the middle of next week.

    The GFS, Euro and Canadian models all showed some version of a Northeast snowstorm in the period from Tuesday to Wednesday of next week. The Canadian is wildest on this, predicting very heavy snow as shown. I will not comment further on this today because I believe we are still very much in the speculative stage of this potential event.

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