Monthly Archives: October 2012

Hurricane Sandy to Bring Connecticut Life Threatening Impacts

Here’s the latest track for the National Hurricane center. Hurricane Sandy is a massive storm with an immensely expansive tropical storm magnitude wind field. A New Jersey Landfall is almost certain at this point, my forecast is just south of … Continue reading

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Tropical Cyclone Sandy Likely To Become Late Season Menace on the East Coast

All forecast eyes in the last several days have been on a developing tropical storm, now hurricane, currently churning near the island of Jamaica. Hurricane conditions are expected in Jamaica, eastern cuba, and tropical storm/hurricane conditions are possible for the … Continue reading

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Winter Storm Prediction and the Drawbacks of Naming Them

The idea of naming winter storms is not a new debate. Many a crippling snowstorm and corridor halting blizzard have pounded the country in the past. Notable ones get names in their aftermath like the blizzard of ’88 (1888), The ’93 superstorm, … Continue reading

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