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From: "Todd Fisher" <[log in to unmask]>

> Any armchair meterologists feel more decisive
than Roemer ?

Not really.  The models are still waffling on the
storm track.  The ETA and AVN have been fairly
consistiently inland, but the position of the most
recent ETA model run puts it's track a couple
hundred miles further west and north from the last
run.  That's bad if you like snow.  OTOH, this
morning's MRF put it along the coast, which is too
far south and west for best pounding the
mountains.

If nothing else, the modelled intensity of the low
is very impressive.  At 7 Sunday night the ETA has
the surface low over northen New Brunswick at
977mb.  If it were in the tropics, that would
probably be low enough to become a named storm!

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