Monthly Archives: January 2016

Thursday’s Outlook: Temperature Swings and Storms

Relief continues for the snow wearied… While I certainly can’t rule out the possibility of snow falling in small quantities, it’s definitely not the star of the forecast for Southern New England at any point during this period. In fact several … Continue reading

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Mild Weather Returns for The Start of February

I’ve been keeping track of the snowfall numbers in earnest this winter for my town. This is the first year I’ve really done that. With the warmer weather so far this week, a decent amount of melting has taken place. … Continue reading

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Blizzard Like Conditions Expected into at Least Parts of CT

Our storm is taking shape in the southeastern US today. Steady snow can already be seen pushing into northern Virginia and metro Washington DC.

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Sharp Snowfall cutoff on the Cusp of SNE

Finally beginning to find some clarity in the forecast for Southern New England, which has basically been sitting on the northern fence of the storm zone all week. Guidance is converging on a drier solution for much of our area. The dividing … Continue reading

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Major Mid-Atlantic Blizzard in the Makings

Discussion: A strong Upper level trough approaches the east coast and cuts off in the southern mid atlantic. A coastal low in the southeast will undergo secondary redevelopment in the eastern Carolinas this weekend, rapidly intensify and track northeast. 

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Significant Winter Storm Threatens Portions of Eastern US

Greetings! A real tricky forecast continues for many areas as we sit 3-4 days prior to the window of interest for a developing East Coast Low this weekend. What we know: Someone on the east coast is going to see a … Continue reading

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