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well it is looking like an active long range with cool tempratures in the PNW next week with storms coming in moving eastward and turns into a thunderstorm outburst tommorow from minniapollis to St louis dumping an inch and a half to 2 inches of rain then on saturday from Washington DC to nashville on tuesday a strong area of low preasure will move to the north of new york city bring cold air behind it and next saturday another outburst of thunderstorms from northern michigan down to huston TX

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Agreed

Looks like an exciting weather pattern. Looks Shivery Midwest/Notheast next week!

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yep

yeah i know and im learning how to read the models :D do they have temprature GFS models

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Yes. Try this link

http://raleighwx.easternuswx.com/models/18zgfs.html

thats the 18z gfs


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