Monthly Archives: October 2016

Jim Sullivan’s 2016-2017 Winter Forecast for the US

Seasonal forecasts are difficult, as you are predicting the average weather pattern months in advance, as opposed to the normal hours or days. Many factors go into making a seasonal forecast, such as water temperatures around the world, snow cover, … Continue reading

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10/5/16: Major Hurricane Matthew Now Eying Bahamas, Florida, and Southeast US

General Discussion: Hurricane Matthew has produced very heavy rainfall resulting in severe flooding, damaging winds, and dangerous storm surge in Haiti and Cuba on Tuesday, and is continuing to affect the islands into Tuesday night. Exact amounts of damage ad … Continue reading

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10/3/16: Powerful Matthew Heading Towards Haiti & Cuba; Will Pass Through Bahamas and Threaten Southeast & Florida

General Discussion: Hurricane Matthew has remained a category 4 hurricane almost non-stop since late Friday night, and is now moving north towards the Windward Passage. Matthew will slowly move between Haiti and Cuba through Tuesday, possibly making a landfall on … Continue reading

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10/1/16: Matthew Becomes the First Atlantic Category Five in Nine Years; Significant Threat to Some Land

General Discussion: Hurricane Matthew has intensified much faster than anticipated over the last two days, and as of Friday evening became a category 5 hurricane. This is the first category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic Basin since Hurricane Felix in … Continue reading

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