You are welcome! I actually thought that there is nothing wrong with me mentioning when I see something appears on the GFS, BUT I just wish to clearly state that it is a mere possibility because they change on us too often. Every now and then the GFS predicts a weather event with good accuracy more than 5 days in advance and this often happens when other models agree on the solution so I won't exactly ignore the long range GFS all together. But since it doesn't always work out that well, I will only make a quick mention of it when I see something in the GFS, but then wait and watch to see if it materializes. As for now, nothing I can see in the GFS even worth mentioning.
Ok great. Noone wants their holiday plans wrecked by bad timing of a storm.
Also to note, this storm that just finished, which ended up turning into a large one for some people came out of nowhere in less than 5 days, so just because I don't see anything for 2 weeks in the GFS does not mean nothing big can happen. I have to watch and see as a storm can appear out of nowhere in the model within 5 days.