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But since I know many of you are interest in cold and snow, let me give you a view of the latest forecast for the end of the week.
The latest UW WRF pressure and temperature forecast for Friday morning is quite cold, with blue colors showing low-level temperatures cold enough for snow. But in this forecast, not enough moisture, with strong northeasterly winds.
The U.S. ensemble system (GEFS) that runs the global forecast model many times to get at uncertainty is emphatic and confident that our temperatures will plummet. Get your wool sweaters ready!
The highly skillful European Center model is forecasting some light lowland snow over portions of the region (see forecast snow totals over the next ten days)
Image courtesy of WeatherBell, Inc.
And the European Center forecast for Seattle projects cooling temperatures and .7 inches of snowfall.
The cold you can bank on. The snow has a lot of uncertainty. Stay tuned.
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