Category Archives: Storm Speculation

Is the Upper Midwest the Place to Be?

For snow-lovers to begin the next work-week, it just may be. In previous blog posts, I discussed the trough that will eject from the west to end the month of February and the potential ramifications over the central and eastern … Continue reading

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Model Support for a Triple Phasing Blizzard on Friday Dwindling

A slug of moisture associated with the northern branch of the jet stream is beginning to impact the northwestern US. It is this energy that will carve out a trough over the central US and eventually Great Lakes and New … Continue reading

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Will Winter Return With a Vengeance for Friday?

A very dynamic weather pattern is developing off the west coast of N. American, with a ridge off the coast causing a very active polar (blue) jet stream to ride over the ridge and dive southeast into the Rockies. As … Continue reading

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A Northeastern US Snowstorm to end the Week?

A current look at the northern hemisphere reveals that a transient 50/50 low is allowing enough cold air into the eastern US for a storm system approaching the Atlantic seaboard to produce a swath of light to moderate snow from … Continue reading

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