I'm also having a problem with the late cycle runs I'm seeing. I believe it will funnel out more to the east but hopefully move a little faster than projected in the late periods.
The mids and uppers moving down from the west and NW are the main concern. Don't know if the high to the east will hold it off, but again maybe squeeze it out faster. Maybe Joe B was correct in his assement this morning.
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