Monthly Archives: November 2015

11/22/15 Lake Effect Final Call

I *finally* got around to putting numbers on my map and tweaking things. Unfortunately, I definitely had to lower amounts from my initial thinking. The models all converged on a solution that was weaker with the storm, which allowed drier … Continue reading

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November 22nd Lake Effect Snow Event

THE TIME HAS COME! For the first time this fall, we are looking at the potential for a decent lake effect snow event in Northeastern Ohio late Saturday night through Sunday night. A fairly potent low pressure will track northeast … Continue reading

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11/14/15 Long Range: Thanksgiving Week Cooldown Idea Gaining Steam

Model images in this post came from: weatherbell.com, tropicaltidbits.com, weather.cod.edu, instantweathermaps.com and the University of Berlin’s Atmospheric Diagnostics website. A brief cool down is occurring in the Northeast US, with some lake effect snow, after another good shot of mild … Continue reading

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11/8/15 Long Range: Early November Blow Torch is Over; Any True Cold Coming?

It was a very warm first week of November in the central and eastern US, with many record highs (including some monthly records) broken from Florida all the way up to Michigan. The weather pattern still isn’t a cold one, … Continue reading

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11/1/15: Warm Start to November

As we flip the calendar to November, many of the teleconnections are pointing to warmth in the eastern US and cooler conditions in the west. Lower than average heights over the North Pole are indicative of a +AO, with lower … Continue reading

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