Next Weeks Snowstorm, Pick Your Favorite Model for Snow!

Ensemble Snow Amounts

When we get the point where we have somewhat of a consensus on a snowstorm coming, we start looking at models and pick the best one with the most snow for your backyard. It’s the fun part of snowstorms. Snow Hits Today then Widespread Major Snow Event Next Week! I am still on the notion […]

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Model By Model Snowfall for the Thursday Storm…GFS Plays Finally!

I wanted to show you the various models and show you that it seems they have come into a consensus on the snow area which goes from the Ohio Valley into the Northeast. The rain/snow line will run from Boston to Pittsburgh as we see it today. That may change if the storm tracks about […]

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Newfoundland to Take the Brunt of Chris

Chris will head out to the Northeast and impact Newfoundland Thursday night into Friday morning. While Chris will become a hurricane for a time, it will be downgraded to a tropical storm when passing through Newfoundland. St. Johns will have winds gusts to 50 mph (80 kph) and heavy rains during the passage of  Chris. […]

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Tropics a Little More Active, Atlantic Canada Might be Impacted

The tropics are starting to get a little more active today as we have two systems to watch for development. The first system is in he eastern Atlantic following the upper level low that is currently moving into the Southeast coast. That system has a good chance to develop into a storm before turning and […]

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Saturday UPDATE: Quebec, Ontario and the Northeast Could See Damaging Storms

As I mentioned the other day, the storms are going to be going around the rim of the heatwave from the Plains to the Northeast. This afternoon into tonight, we will see a complex of storms moving through Ontario and Quebec, impacting Montreal and Quebec City, that same complex of storms will drop into the […]

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