November 18, 2015
I shared the below forecast map below in this blog a week ago, November 11.
Actual 500mb flow, and water vapor image from Tuesday evening below,
36 hours ahead of the forecast map above, but pretty good on position and strength of major features, especially the big storm centered on the Kansas, Oklahoma border. Also note digging trough across western Canada and the big ridge along the east coast. Forecast model did pretty well with second significant storm in two weeks.
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