Lots of Uncertainty for Next Week

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By Quincy Vagell on November 21, 2012, 5:30pm Last modified: November 22, 2012, 5:36pm

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Forecast storm tracks from the ECMWF and GFS from Tuesday and Wednesday.

There is a threat of an East Coast storm next week, but the details remain unclear.


It is important to remember that any potential storm is currently six (6) to seven (7) days away and a lot can change. The bottom line is that there is the potential for a storm around the Tuesday/Wednesday November 27/28 time-frame. The exact evolution and track of the storm will determine what precipitation, if any, we may see in Connecticut


Setup:
The computer models continue to show a system developing in the Plains on Monday.

As the storm moves eastward, residents across the mid-Atlantic and New England areas will closely monitor the storm's progress. Some forecasts take the storm inland, bringing warm air and rain to Connecticut, while others are offshore and indicate a colder nor'easter-type system with snow.

Continue on for a more technical analysis of the current forecasts.

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