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SREF 850 mb wind and precipitable water anomalies valid 12z 2/2

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The peak of the storm for our area was forecast to be near 12z on February 2nd. The SREF run at 03z on the 1st was indicating several well-known heavy precipitation indicators valid at 12z on the 2nd, including an anomalously strong southerly 850 mb wind component, and a south-north plume of anomalously large precipitable water values along the east coast.

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