Monthly Archives: March 2016

The April Fools Trick that Isn’t so funny

The last thing people want as we head in to our first full weeks of astronomical spring is to have to worry about freezing cold weather. Unfortunately the cold at this stage of the season is not uncommon, and this … Continue reading

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Your forecast heading into Easter

An active weather pattern continues across the eastern US. The early part of the forecast period starts mild, with more seasonable weather returning for the weekend. Discussion: Upper level: A weakening trough approaches from the west on Friday. Ridging returns … Continue reading

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Spring Roller Coaster Pattern Setting up

High pressure is in control today, but a storm system taking shape in the central US will exert influence on our weather during the next few days. Will it bring spring warmth or a spring chill?

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Decreasing Threat for Significant Snow Sunday

Synopsis: Threat: snowfall greater than 6″ Sunday afternoon and evening Probability: 25% Location: Southeastern New York and New England

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Groundwork for a Potentially Significant March Winter Storm Falling into Place

Synopsis: late weekend winterstorm possible Threat: Potential for Snowfall Greater than 6″  From The Mid-Atlantic To New England Probability: about 50% Time Frame of interest: Sunday Night into Monday – with the heaviest Precipitation at night Discussion: A closed upper level … Continue reading

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