Thursday, January 25, 2007

High Confidence Cold Weather Forecast

Models continue to point to a change to bitter cold weather with some winter storm threats to the South. Eight days from now, on Thursday night/Friday morning of next week, someone in the south may have snow on the ground. James Spann mentioned this in his morning discussion:

"No doubt somebody south of the Mason-Dixon line will have a nice blanket of snow on the ground on Friday Feb 2… might be Nashville, Knoxville, Atlanta, Memphis, Birmingham, Montgomery, or Charlotte. Some snow lovers will be delighted, others will be disappointed. But, for those who don’t get it at the end of next week, there will be other chances down the line. And, I don’t even want to go there yet."

His complete discussion can be found here.

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