Monthly Archives: September 2018

September 10th, 2018: Large & Powerful Florence Churns West-Northwest Towards a Likely Extreme-Impact Carolinas Landfall

Disclaimer: The thoughts in this post are only mine and don’t represent the thoughts of any other companies, groups, websites, or organizations.  They also shouldn’t be used for decision making in the impacted areas… The majority of the satellite and … Continue reading

Advertisement

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

September 8th, 2018: Florence Poses a Major Risk to the Southeast U.S. as it Churns Westward

Disclaimer: The thoughts in this post are only mine and don’t represent the thoughts of any other companies, groups, websites, or organizations.  They also shouldn’t be used for decision making in the impacted areas… The majority of the satellite and … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

September 7th, 2018: Gordon Remnants to Bring Flooding Concerns to Ohio

The remnants of Tropical Storm Gordon will move across the southern Great Lakes as a non-tropical low-pressure this weekend.  This will combine with a front, the jet stream, and lingering tropical moisture to wring out quite a bit of rain … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

September 6th, 2018: All Eyes Now on Florence

Disclaimer: The thoughts in this post are only mine and don’t represent the thoughts of any other companies, groups, websites, or organizations.  They also shouldn’t be used for decision making in the impacted areas… The majority of the satellite and … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

September 2, 2018: Tropics heating up just in time for peak season

Disclaimer: The thoughts in this post are only mine and don’t represent the thoughts of any other companies, groups, websites, or organizations.  They also shouldn’t be used for decision making in the impacted areas… The majority of the satellite and … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment