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THE ATLANTIC COAST STATES WILL BE AN AREA OF HIGH UNCERTAINTY WITH
FORECAST PROBLEMS DEVELOPING EVEN IN THE LATEST SHORT RANGE MODEL
RUNS FROM THIS MORNING. ALL MODELS MOVE SOME KIND OF SYS ACROSS
THE ERN QUARTER OF THE NATION SUN AND SUN NIGHT...BUT DIFFER ON HOW
STRONG IT WILL BE.

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 THE NEW 12Z RUN OF THE
UKMET CLOSES OFF AN UPPER LOW OVER THE MID ATLANTIC BY DAY 5 (WED)
HINTING OF EXPLOSIVE CYCLOGENESIS ALONG THE LOWER MID ATLANTIC
COAST AT THAT TIME. YES....THERE IS A CHANCE FOR A REALLY BIG SNOW FOR
THE MAJOR CITIES ALONG THE E COAST FROM DCA TO BOS!

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