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The 18z run of the EURO is in the house and it has an important trend to pass along. The big development is the southeast push of the heavy snow band out of Iowa and into Illinois. That jog would certainly reduce snow totals over that portion of my area. This was hinted at in the 12z run and now the EURO has gone all in. Take a look.
The ensemble control made up of 51 member is not as ambitious on amounts and that's to be expected with the wider range of solutions. It certainly shows the the same trend though with that heavy band coming out of Missouri near Quincy and running northeast through Peoria into Chicago.
Of course the GFS is still out there on the ledge showing something substantially different. Wouldn't you know. Tah dah....
Being the snow freak that I am I would love to see the GFS verify but kids that just ain't in the cards in the world I live in. I have to throw it out, or at least lean heavily toward the EURO. So that's what I'm doing. We'll get one more crack at consistency tomorrow and then the party is on, especially over in Illinois. Meantime, I would plan on something like the first two graphics are showing for snowfall. That's the latest and greatest for now. Roll weather...TS