Monthly Archives: January 2012

Weather Outlook – January 27, 2012

An upper level shortwave stretching from the Great Lakes to Georgia is currently swinging around a broader trough with an axis over central Canada and the high plains. At the surface, a low near eastern lake Ontario is starting to … Continue reading

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Southern Connecticut Weather Discussion and Forecast 1/26/2012

A 500mb cutoff low is located over Eastern Texas. A broad area of low pressure stretches from the Ohio valley down into Northern Louisiana. In the Northeast, some cold air has been in place. Isentropic lift ahead of this area … Continue reading

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Late January outlook

As I stated in my last outlook, the lack of blocking was going to be a limiting force on snowfall during much of the month, unless we got a storm that coincided with on of the sporadic cold snaps. That … Continue reading

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Where’s the snow? Mid-Late January Outlook.

There is no question that this has been a frustrating winter for snowlovers in the northeast. Each time we’ve had that hint of snow on the long range forecast it doesn’t seem to have managed to materialize. This progressive pattern … Continue reading

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Coldest Air of the Season to hit Tuesday and Wednesday

Major height falls happen through tonight as a powerful arctic airmass plunges into the region. Through mid afternoon tomorrow we are looking at some significant positive vorticity advection in the upper levels, which is a good diagnostic for upward motion … Continue reading

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