High Winds, Gusts 40-60 mph, Flooding Rains in New England

The latest Nested NAM wind gusts continue to show high winds hitting New England and most of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Wednesday night through Thursday. Wind gusts will be 40-60 mph depending on location and that will result in power outages and tree damage. Click on the image right to see bigger image.      […]

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10:1 Ratio Snow Maps vs Reality of the Big Daddy Blizzard

I want to illustrate a point about using snow maps as gospel. The computer models use what is called 10:1 standard snow ratios to produce the maps meaning that for every inch of liquid you get 10 inches of snow. So most of the model maps you see out there in social word are typically […]

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Update on the Coastal Storms: Models Remain in Agreement

NHC has finally put out an area to watch for development this morning. While it maybe named as a subtropical system, the impacts for the Mid-Atlantic to New England will be the following…. High winds, 20-40kts sustained with gusts 30-50kts. High seas and high swells Coastal flooding with beach erosion Heavy rains, mainly for coastal […]

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