Monday, February 2, 2009

I don't know

I have no idea whats going on with the storm. Never in my life have I seen the models so inconsistent and out of agreement. I just don't know....

3 comments:

chris said...

Okkay they really dont have a clue, but a winter weather advisory issued for 2 to 4 with highest amounts in NJ

Anonymous said...

Hah, yea, this looks like a very un-predictable storm, personally I don't know how to read most of the models you talk about but I do enjoy watching your forecasts and waiting to see if they happen. Usually I check weather.com and NOAA.gov then compare the two, I'm from kind of central/western central jersey. Weather.com says the most snow will fall in jersey, and looking at they're "wind map forecasts" for the next two days (pretending that they are actually correct) seems to fit what they're saying will happen.

The storm seems to be kind of just drifting north right now, with some wacky air currents, the forecast wind currents for tonight tomorrow and tomorrow night seem to finally choose a direction thats favoring switching the storms direction. (currently drifting north) and the winds will eventually be comeing from the north. Idk if that means the storm will actually do what they're claiming but it makes sense, the wind pushing it towards us.. idk, I don't know too much about this stuff, I mostly just check NOAA and weather.com alot and make educated guesses (in other words im talking out of my ass lol) I'm just hoping we get more then they say, its rare but it did happen here like 7-8 years ago or so, they said light snow, and we ended up with a foot lol.

Darren Milliron said...

From what I hear the NWS issued a statement for everyone to ignore what the models were saying because they didn't have the correct trough and low positions or something like that. It's completely CRAZY.

But look on the bright side, our next BIG storm could be around the 15th, let's see what happens.