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Next Storm Could Be a Wild One

March 19, 2013; 8:29 AM ET


The map below shows the area where snow and severe weather will occur. I think this is going to be wild storm with heavy snow in the cold air.

The GFS has gone a little too far north with the storm track on the GFS run. I think later runs will show the storm track south again with the snow going from Colorado to Virginia. Euro is just coming in now so have not seen the latest information on that model.

I am impressed with the severe weather. The left front quad of a 150-knot jet will move into the South by Sunday morning and that strong of a jet means intense upward motion. Not only will we see the potential for tornadoes but also flooding.

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