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The seemingly endless wave train of low pressure systems emanating from the Northern Pacific will continue chugging along throughout the upcoming week. The train will make stops along the West Coast of the US and Canada this week, resulting in a progressive weather pattern largely identical to that which spawned this weekend’s historic snowstorm in parts of the Southeast. Another storm is expected to intensify in the Gulf of Mexico in response to the wave’s eastward propagation late this week into the weekend. Though widespread snow is not expected at this time, the overall pattern and large spread in guidance suggest it cannot be discounted everywhere entirely. Last month we warned in our winter forecast that most of the storms impacting the eastern US during the first half of winter would originate in the Gulf of Mexico or the lee side of the Rocky Mountains, partially as a consequence of…