Unformatted text preview: Temperatures across the board with all the models were at the very most at 32 degrees with the NGM at 28. With relatively cold air coming into place they seemed to on par with the temperatures. A combination of the sub-freezing temperatures and precipitation over the area, I expected there to be at least a coating of snow on the ground in the morning. Unfortunately, the low pressure system lifted into central Quebec leaving us with dryer conditions for the overnight period. The whole timing of the storm was off in the forecast. Snow fell earlier in the afternoon with precipitation ending right after 00Z. With the storm system moving out rather quickly and keeping the low pressure far to our north, 850-mb west winds set up during the overnight instead of the northwesterly winds that I anticipated. In addition, cloud cover prevailed for most of the night keeping temperatures up....
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- Fall '08
- Meteorology, Precipitation, Tropical cyclone, Storm, Atlantic Ocean, Albany