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A Wintry Weather Pattern

November 20, 2013; 10:28 AM ET


1. Very cold weather will come in across the Great Lakes and Northeast this weekend. Lake snow will be heavy in the traditional Northwest flow locations downwind from the lakes. I can see up to 2-3 feet of snow in some of the favored lake-effect locations.

2. Big story is the storm potential next week. The GFS and Euro are both in some agreement on the storm coming up the coast and a swath of snow from West Virginia to the Northeast. While still a little far away for details, it's something to watch and see what happens. NAO is not in the best of positions for a big storm right now which is one drawback.

ECMWF snowfall through next week.

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