The last few runs of the GFS suggest retrogression of the Pacific ridge far enough West to allow a trough to dig down the coast Nov. 3rd through the 9th.  If that happens we would definitely see some cold air and possibly several small storms coming down the coast.  These are the kind of storms that the track and how much over water trajectory they have is important as to how much moisture they will have.  If this scenario develops we could get a few cold accumulating snow storms.

Some of the other models are not seeing this yet. The PNA is forecasted to go negative that week so it is a possible trend. I will continue to monitor this to see if it could really pan out. Stay tuned…..BA

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