Major Snow Event of Big Daddy Proportions. 12+ inches!

I like the track that the ECMWF is showing. It’s the same track that I showed the other day where the low jumps the mountains to the coast then goes up the coast. The implications of that track is heavy snow interior areas and snow and mix to the coast. The storm is going to […]

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Second Bigger Storm, Cat 4 Big Daddy!

The models continue to struggle with the track of the storm which I am still thinking will not go west of the Appalachians but will jump across West Virginia and reform on the coast. With that said, the heavy snows will go from Ohio Valley into the central Appalachians then into the Northeast. I will […]

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Zipper Low May Bring Gales and Heavy Rains, Might be Hybrid Storm

    Yesterday (Tuesday) I talked about the potential for a storm to zip up the coast Saturday into Saturday night. I called the storm a “Zipper Low.” Refer to yesterday’s blog on why. The models all seem to be agreement that a storm will develop along the North Carolina coast then zip up the […]

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Wet Pattern Continues

The pattern across the eastern half of the country has certainly been wet and that wet pattern will continue the next two weeks. The GFS model shown above clearly shows heavy rains from the Northern Plains into the Southeast. Lets be cautious about the rain in the Southeast because the GFS wants to bring another […]

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Tracking the Tornado

August, 2017, I tracked a supercell thunderstorm  south of State College. Heading down Rt-45, I tracked right under the rotating wall cloud as seen in this image. If you look closely, you can see the cylinder look of the cloud with rising scud where the tornado could have formed if the rotation in the storm […]

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