Category Archives: Storm Forecasts

Lake Effect Snow 1/6 to 1/8/15 for NE Ohio

Brief summary: A west to WSW wind will develop Tuesday evening ahead of an arctic front. At the same time, moisture and instability over Lake Erie will increase. This should allow a band of snow to form along the eastern … Continue reading

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Arthur Will Impact Carolinas as a Hurricane Thursday and Friday; Potential Graze Job for New England

The thoughts in this blog are mine and shouldn’t be used to make any important decisions. You can find official forecasts from the hurricane center, along with watch/warning info, at http://www.nhc.noaa.gov Tropical Storm Arthur has continued to gradually intensify on … Continue reading

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Arthur Likely to Become a Hurricane off Southeastern US Coastline

In yesterday’s post about (then) Invest 91L, I discussed what would need to occur for what is now known as Tropical Storm Arthur to potentially intensify to hurricane intensity later this week. It is looking very likely that this will … Continue reading

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Another Nor’ Easter Wednesday-Thursday. Accumulating Snows Somewhere, but Where?

A current look at the upper level pattern shows a pattern coming together supporting another Nor’Easter with impacts to the eastern Mid-Atlantic through New England Wednesday and Thursday of this week. A ridge of high-pressure along the west coast of … Continue reading

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Another East Coast Storm on the Way?

A current look at the upper level pattern across our hemisphere shows that significant blocking is still occurring, with several of our models developing a significant east coast storm for the middle of next week due to this blocking. Let’s … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy Information

This post will be divided into four sections, so you can scroll down to what you’d like to read about. -Sandy: Current and short term forecast -Model madness: Trying to pin down the track of Sandy into the Northeast US … Continue reading

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Time to Start Zeroing in on Hurricane Sandy’s Northeast US Landfall

After ravaging eastern Cuba as a strong category 2 hurricane last night, hurricane Sandy is zigzagging her way through the central Bahamas with sustained winds of greater than 100MPH. Rain bands from Sandy are also brushing up against the southeastern … Continue reading

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