I have been seening the UKMET model in particular mainly because it is the outlier for now at least and I always like to see what's causing it to be an outlier. Apparently the system that will be bringing snow to the rockies will lift up into Canada, and trigger a secondary system to form south of it when it's in Canada, this system combined with the snow producer will erode the ridge from the north allowing Jeanne to skim the east coast. Also, most of the models have really been making the Azores high strong, were talking like omega block strong, 1045 mbs, I wonder how that will affect the tracks of these storms. I too tried right now to look into it, have to see tom.
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