Monthly Archives: February 2011

Weather Turns Sharply Colder preceeding major thaw

Lots to talk about today. A weak system is now exiting the northeast, put down some snow in spots, while a more significant storm will slide across the south through about Thursday this week. In the wake and during the … Continue reading

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Nuisance Rain/Ice Event precedes a Bigger One Late Week

Well my snow map for this past weekend’s event was a total bust, there was really very little cold air for the system to work with, and it ended up being mostly rain with sort of a sleety icy mix … Continue reading

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NYC Metro Snow Map for February 5

I like the trend of the GFS, brief mixing or changing to rain all the way up to the Connecticut Coast – Parts of Long Island stay mainly rain. 3-5 Inches expected for much of I-95, more north and west. … Continue reading

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Northeast pattern change around the corner?

The only constant about the weather is change. Even the most grueling winter pattern must eventually succumb to warmer weather. This change doesn’t necessarily happen quietly, however. Historically speaking, monster snow storms can literally be the breaking point. This is … Continue reading

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Southern New England Ice Storm

Good Wednesday everyone, a major ice storm is wrapping up for portions of southern New England at his hour but not before it dropped nearly a quarter inch of freezing rain that coated everything. 1. With the secondary low tracking … Continue reading

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