Monthly Archives: October 2015

10/27/15: Quick Thoughts on Potential Wednesday Low Topped Severe Wx Event in Eastern US

Definitely think there’s some interesting potential for a low CAPE/high shear severe weather event from portions of Ohio and West Virginia points east across Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey and perhaps parts of New England late Wednesday … Continue reading

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Jim Sullivan’s 2015-2016 Winter Outlook for the United States

Here is a look at my winter outlook for last year (along with links to previous outlooks): Maps and Brief Summary: This winter will be strongly affected by a very strong “El Nino” in the Tropical Pacific. This will … Continue reading

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First Lake Effect of Season This Weekend

Quick summary of my thoughts on potential lake effect snow downwind of most Great Lakes this weekend: Off of Lake Superior, I’m thinking that winds changing through the event will keep accumulations under control. A little trough drops south across … Continue reading

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10/1/15 Early AM: Joaquin to Pillage Bahamas; East Coast Landfall Probability has Decreased, but Still Possible

Disclaimer: The thoughts expressed in this post are mine alone, and in making any life or death decisions be sure to consult the National Hurricane Center, your local National Weather Service, and heed advice from your local authorities and emergency … Continue reading

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