Monthly Archives: September 2012

Heavy Rain On the Way

A classic setup for the region’s first major fall rainstorm is in the making. A highly amplified upper level pattern will emerge with a deep 500mb trough over the Midwest and a strengthening Atlantic ridge downstream. This will set the … Continue reading

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First Taste of Fall is in the Air

A 500mb trough is anchored over the eastern US. A couple of shortwaves are rotating around this axis one over Wisconsin, the other over upstate New York. A deep surface low over eastern Canada is moving to the northeast while … Continue reading

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