Today, the models see to be having the Thanksgiving fun with the storm. GFS is all over the place and has no clue after having a good day yesterday. All the other models seem to be in agreement that the first storm brings snow to the lower Great Lakes and Ohio Valley which could teeter on a blizzard if one factors in the winds. They also bring the secondary storm up along the coast which makes sense given the NAO is going negative. That second storm could bring snow to the I-95 corridor. I just like to see the GFS get it’s act together on the first major snowstorm of the season in the East.

Below are the Various models. I am leaning toward the ECWMF and GEM models as the best examples of my current thinking.