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    Brett Anderson

    Pattern Update Through First Week of December

    11/08/2013, 9:27:52 AM

    There has been a lot of talk about a possible winter storm in the East during the middle/end of next week, which could bring significant snow from the central Appalachians to perhaps Quebec, while the Northeast U.S., East Coast and the Maritimes potentially get strong winds and heavier rainfall.

    Keep in mind, it is still very early in the forecast window, and thus confidence on the track, timing and strength is fairly low at this time. However, I will continue to keep you posted on my thinking and the latest forecast model trends with this event as we go through the weekend and into early next week.


    Updated weekly long range through week of Dec. 2-8




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