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No light in this tunnel yet
With March 1 approaching, the annual eager watching of the models for any sign of spring begins. All I'm looking for is some signs of some 60s surface temps making it here and lasting for more than a day or so. The GFS has been pretty consistent in denying that for West Virginia, for as far out as is realistically possible to forecast for. It does develop a central US ridge sometime early next week, however it's fairly far south and only enough to bring a brief warmup to the Plains region. Over here, we will most likely be firmly entrenched within an upper trough, keeping January-like weather (<= 40s highs, 20s lows) in our cards for at least another week. No insane Arctic cold air, which is good - but no sign of 'outdoors weather' either.
GFS surface temps for next Wednesday
A strong storm system is showing up for the weekend, which may or may not bring another round of snow for us depending on its final track.
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