Several different models we use:
NAM (American model)
GFS (American model)
EURO (European model)
UKMET (Euro's little brother)
NOGAPS (this model is terrible and no one ever uses it useless to make fun of it)
High resolution models:
These are typically used 48 hours out.
Every different model has what Mets call biases or where the model tends to overdo parts of a storm. For instance the NAM traditionally has a warm biases, although I thought it was corrected. The GFS has a cold biases but I believe it was also corrected in the spring. The EURO has an over phase biases, where it typically depicts the storm stronger then what it will be. Example would be Sandy when it was spitting out what we thought were insane numbers, but unfortunately that was not the case.
Sticksboi and anyone else feel free to help me out.
we need updates on the hour.. in a language the masses can understand!
Whats the latest on this?
^ Thanks! I'm not ready for snow yet
Models have actually been west lately. All give us some precip.
Any updates on the track of this storm? This thread has been ignored, like something important has been happening the last 24 hours. WTF?
Sig courtesy of Sticksboi05
weather.com is saying an inch is expected in Upper Montgomery. Is this some sort of sick joke? It's the first week of November. Come on...
The Weather Channel is such a joke it's unreal. Some moderate east coast snow event and they name it? Uh, no. That's for hurricanes only.
Absolutely disgusting up here in NYC right now. Wet snow since about 12 pm and its cold as a mother
= Mancrush Engaged
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