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WEEKEND STORM DISCUSSION: Deep trough will allow for coastal development somewhere just off the Carolina coastline first thing Saturday morning.
At same time a late December type Polar air mass will funnel in diving down on the heels of a very dynamic, strong upper level wave of energy diving southeastward from the Great Lakes and helping to spark coastal storm. However no real strong ridging east of storm should allow the storm to remain too far off the coastline to spare much of the Northeast any significant rain changing to accumulating snow. The negative tilt is worth watching to see if upper low cuts-off and pulls coastal storm closer to coast meaning a significant early season Nor’easter, DO NOT SEE this happening. Most energy as the late Thursday runs indicate will remain off shore. So look for periods of a chilly rain to arrive overnight Friday. Strong gusty northerly winds on Saturday will make for a raw, chilly, periods of rain with most of the rain falling along the coast. By early Sunday morning wind gusts could exceed 45mph. Freezing temps across most of the region by Sunday night
- John Bolaris
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