Monthly Archives: January 2015

1/29/15: Potential Wide-Reaching Winter Storm Saturday-Monday

This won’t be my longest post because I need sleep. BUT, as I posted last Friday morning, I was intrigued in the potential for a winter storm around the turn of the month. Due to the East Coast blizzard stealing … Continue reading

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1/27/15: Some Reflection on the Ongoing BUST for Philadelphia and NYC

BUST! Although locations from Long Island into much of southeastern New England are seeing or will soon see a crippling blizzard into the day Tuesday, the corridor from eastern Pennsylvania –including Philadelphia– to New York City will not see anywhere … Continue reading

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Updated Snowfall Estimates for Nor’ Easter/Blizzard

UPDATED SNOWFALL ESTIMATES: I have updated our snowfall estimates for the impending Nor’ Easter/blizzard for the East Coast. Forecast totals include: DC: 1-3″ Baltimore: 3-6″ Philadelphia: 12-18″ NYC: 18-30″+ (blizzard) Boston: 18-30″+ (blizzard) Coastal flooding is also a concern from … Continue reading

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Sunday PM Update on Upcoming East Coast Blizzard

GFS and Canadian shift east slightly; Euro holds firm: Good afternoon. We are seeing conflicting signals among our three main computer models for the upcoming East Coast snowstorm Monday through Tuesday. The GFS and Canadian have shifted the storm –and … Continue reading

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1/24/15: Major, Potentially Crippling Storm Looking Increasingly Likely for Parts of East Coast

Please click on images for full size. A strong clipper system (due to its origins, is known as a “Manitoba Mauler”) will move through the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys on Sunday, producing snows. The clipper will move off the Carolina … Continue reading

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1/24/15: BEHIND THE FORECAST: Sunday’s Snow (Ohio)

A potent piece of energy in the jet stream has moved into British Columbia Friday evening. This energy will dive southeast into the High Plains and move southeast through the Ohio Valley as a “clipper” type system, bringing a swath … Continue reading

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1/23/15: Parade of East Coast Storms; Cold Start to February

A large number of the model images used in this post can be found at tropicaltidbits.com It’s been a fairly busy week along the East Coast of the US, with one low pressure system on Sunday bringing disruptive freezing rain … Continue reading

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