CONTEST STATUS - Updated SAT...06-APR-13 @ 9 PM EDT
14th Annual 'Regular Season'
Interim Standings...after Storm #6 here.
12th Annual 'Season-total'
FINAL Results here
Thursday, November 30, 2006
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
And please...don't make me beg for what could be the season's 1st Contest storm.
DISCUSSION: Lo-latitude open wave progged to form off SE coast following cold fropa in the E this weekend. GooFuS and GEM bring a rapidly deepening LOW up the coast but keep it SE of 40/70 benchmark.
NWP spawns the LOW in preferred region during el Nino years. Eastern extension of strong, parent HIGH centered over northern Plains has arctic origins, so baroclinicity would be favorable. Upper trof is initially progressive except for a brief period where it digs in its heels and the GL LOW all but captures the ATL LOW keeping SFC feature close to coast.
Still plenty-o-time for this teaser to vanish into the ether or wisk into open waters...although don't discount the fact it's forecast to happen on December 5th.
Catalog: MR Teaser
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Saturday, November 25, 2006
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Forecast element: sum-total season snowfall
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