Yesterday was interesting. While I hadn't had a chance to look at the weather in a day or so, the east coast storm had apparently blown up on the short range models, speading the precipitation farther north and west from originally thought. So when a subscriber told me of the current forecast, I couldn't believe it until I went and looked. Hence last night's post.
Moving on, to Monday's storm. Yesterday, the models had Monday's storms pretty much in the same place and intensity. Now? Poof. Well not exactly. The Euro is still giving us the most intense system with up to 6". The Canadian has gone south with it and the GFS is much weaker and dispersed. Who to believe.