Monthly Archives: November 2014

11/20/14: Lake Effect Snow Late Today-Friday Morning in NE Ohio

Map: Brief Summary: A southwesterly wind flow this morning will focus a band of very heavy lake effect snow on western NY south of Buffalo. This afternoon, a surface “trough” will begin pushing south across Lake Erie, with winds becoming … Continue reading

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11/16/14: Brief Ohio Update

I haven’t had time to write much the last several days due to school. Snow is coming to Ohio tonight into Monday. Here is a map I made for Neoweather.com this morning for statewide accums: A big lake effect snow … Continue reading

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11/12/14: First Lake Effect in NE Ohio Thursday-Friday, Locally Heavy

November 13-14, 2014 Lake Effect Event The first of hopefully many this winter…and hopefully not my first ill-fated forecast. Brief summary: Tough forecast due to questions about snow band organization/location and due to marginal temps in lower elevations, especially closer … Continue reading

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11/11/14: Heavy Lake Effect Looking Increasingly Possible Thursday-Friday East of Cleveland

Brief description: We are still a couple days away from any potential event and some things may change, however this type of scenario has been shown consistently since Friday night in most of our forecast computer models, which gives me … Continue reading

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11/8/14: Winter Storm Coming for Upper Midwest, Upper Great Lakes

A large corridor of winter storm watches and warnings and winter weather advisories has been issued from Montana and the higher elevations of Wyoming east across parts of South Dakota, North Dakota, central and southern Minnesota into northern Wisconsin and … Continue reading

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11/8/14 AM Update: Weather Pattern Supports Possible Snow in East Late Week or Weekend, Questions if Pattern Will Deliver

WOW. The first image, showing this Friday afternoon’s European ensemble upper level weather pattern (500mb level) for next Friday is a classic cold pattern with extreme “blocking” in the high latitudes. A low south of the Aleutian Islands is pumping … Continue reading

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11/6/14: Big Cold Next Week, Possible Storm Monday/Tuesday in Midwest/Great Lakes

The much anticipated blast of cold air is starting to arrive today across parts of the Plains, Midwest and Great Lakes, and will spill east into the Northeast to start the weekend. A bigger blast will arrive next week, and … Continue reading

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