Post by DYLAN FEDERICO on Feb 3, 2016 11:01:27 GMT -6
I'm looking at the 12z GFS via PSU E WALL on my phone, and it looks like it's trying to squeeze out some flurries for Saturday evening. I don't know what the important factors are right now, but I'm sure somebody with better access can answer that. Definitely looks interesting though!
I ride in Endymion and trying to get a better handle on Saturday during the day/night as to what we can expect?
One thing looks fairly certain...chilly and possibly overcast. A passing shower possible? Maybe so but not a washout. Over the past couple runs models have been lowering heights enough to try and squeeze out a few stray flurries. Now will they make it to the surface?
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For those wondering, the 18z GFS came in DRY through Mardi Gras....but boy does it make the Valentines Day weekend look interesting!
Care to elaborate sir before it goes away again?
Major ice storm north of Baton Rouge followed by dryness and then a snow storm all the way to the MS Gulf Coast. That dryness is questionable because it's only in 1 frame so in reality, it would likely be an ice/snow storm through SELA. (on this one run). At least the cold is staying consistent for next weekend.