Mesoscale Models on Storm 1 for Saturday

The mesoscale models (HRRR and NAM 3KM) seem to the in agreement on the evolution of the storm coming tonight and Saturday. The storm comes through the Carolina’s then off the coast Saturday morning where it will intensify heading northeast out to sea. The strongest part of the storm will be when is passes south […]

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Blizzard to Pummel the the Plains and Upper Midwest

The historic storm that has produced snow in California and record snowfall in Arizona will move into the Plains Saturday and sweep north Saturday night and Sunday. A band of heavy snow and high winds will move along with the storm producing blizzard conditions from eastern Colorado to Wisconsin. While the storm will be quick […]

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Snow Over a Large Area of the Country…Major Problems in the Cities

Big Daddy Category: 3 I don’t have a lot of changes to what I mentioned yesterday. The thrust of the heavy snow will be into two areas. One area in the Midwest and the area from the Ohio Valley into the Mid-Atlantic. Both areas should see 4-6 inches with maybe some local 8 inch amounts. […]

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Storm Brings a Period of Heavy Snow to Mid-Atlantic, Plains/Midwest Has Fluffy Stuff

Some points that I made in the video: Thunderstorms will be detached from the main storm so Midwest and Plains has fluffy snows of 1-6 inches. Band of convection/thunderstorms plows into the cold air across Virginia, Maryland, PA and The Delmarva. Snow could be heavy for several hours before changing to rain. Major cities Washington […]

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