Monthly Archives: December 2017

Quick Thoughts on New Year’s Lake Effect Snow

Just some quick thoughts before I head out for the night… Winds will be WNW, however, am concerned the ice near the southern shore and also over the western basin extending into the central basin may allow the shoreline convergence … Continue reading

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12/29/17: Meteorological Discussion on Upcoming Clipper/Lake Effect Snow

Unfortunately, another snow event where I don’t have time to do more than a text-only write-up…pretty interesting forecast yet again… Snow should push onshore into northeastern Ashtabula and Erie County near the lakeshore by around noon Friday as winds on … Continue reading

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High Resolution Satellite Imagery Captures Meteorological Features

The GOES16 weather satellite is back in action and provides a very detailed look at some cool meteorological features…let’s dive in to what we can see: 1) LAKE EFFECT! Every large lake in the image (even Lake St. Clair) is … Continue reading

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12/26/17: Update on Additional Lake Effect Snow in Northeastern Ohio

This is a pretty interesting/tough forecast for the remainder of this LES event through Wednesday night… Indications are the band (which the heart of is actually north of Erie at the moment) will reach its farther north point by 7-8pm, … Continue reading

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12/25/17: Quick Write-Up on Upcoming Lake Effect Snow

Here’s my first guess on the LES…I’m trying to sneak in a nap before the Cavs play so this write-up will be a little more curt than normal with no images. Winds will turn around to a more due westerly … Continue reading

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12/11/17: Moderate to Heavy Snow Coming to Parts of Northeast Ohio

Lake effect snow is on the way for Northeastern Ohio!  Some dry air and a short fetch may limit the snow outside of some narrow bands, but a lot of areas will see a few to several inches of snow…with … Continue reading

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