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For those of you who don't know about him, he does tropical storm forecasting. And inhis off season, he does a pretty good job of forecasting the snow storms that hit the Midlantic & Northeast regions.The first link is his Winter Weather home page. Those of that know of him already should check that out as he is offering a service this year that may interest many of us. A little ways down you will see his Winter of 2003-2004 Outlook. The second link should be checked out in the days before during and after any major & sometimes minor winter weather events that come into these areas. The third link will usually have a snowfall total prediction map by around 48 - 36 hours out. The forecast page will usually be updated once a day for the week before an event, and then when it gets to within 48 hours he will usually update twice a day or more.

http://millenniumweather.com/winter/index.html

http://www.millenniumweather.com/winter/cast2.html

http://millenniumweather.com/winter/snowmap.html
 

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Yes, I use Gary Gray, Weather.com and Accuweather
I figure that one of them might just be lucky enough to get it right a few times in the season.


I am still thinking about starting my own weather site...

Think I may name it

Lookoutyergoddangwindow.com :rockon2


Seriuosly though, Gary's sight is pretty good.... long winded and technical ... but GOOD
 

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well if Gary is right it will mean above average snow fall the northeast. I sure hope he is right. :cash
 

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I did look at his site today, I guess he is willing to offer a special service for a decent fee IMO. Would be nice to have him as a memeber around here.

Geoff
 
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