Yeah fair enough, all good. The PV has been not overly strong, and now we have an SSW. It's also not very coupled with the SPV and TPV levels, so it will be interesting to see why.Yeah that one next week has upgraded well on both models. It was but a shower on EC last week. But to play devils advocate it does peak a little early so there's some warm air in the mix so maybe marginal below ~1200m for Whistler's region.
Fantastic duration though!
I hear ya.
Observationally, the PV has been in flux for a month now, nothing overly strong and established so we're seeing a good spread of winter system across the Northern Hemi on the whole - that said I reckon the US Rockies & interior are being short changed ATM.
There's loads of sources written in DEC being turned on their head right now, I am not specifically directing my post at you mate.
THIS is doing a whole lot better than what was penned HERE & HERE to name a few...
I was just noting that the more Nina-esque ENSO atmospheric state was largely to blame for the shift in the jetstream towards the PNW/BC, rather than Cali. That will be changing over the month.