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Weekly Highlights for Sept 25 to Oct 1

The highlights this week will be the return of Ophelia late in the week and next weekend. The storm may hover off the coast then deepen again next weekend. We may see more heavy rains and gusty winds along the Mid-Atlantic coast if that storm redevelops. It’s all part of the pattern due to blocking and AO. Warm weather will move back into the Plains as highs go back into…

Updated: Tropical System will Bring Heavy Rains and Flooding this Weekend!

Friday 9/22/23 – The storm is developing this morning and will most likely become tropical storm or subtropical storm Ophelia. The track will track the system over eastern North Carolina to Baltimore where the system will just unwind Monday. The blocking pattern is going to cause the system to just sit over the Mid-Atlantic through early next week. Heavy rains of 1-6 inches will occur across eastern North Carolina into…

Weekly Highlights for the 18th to 24th

The start of the week will be quiet and cool, especially across the Great Lakes and Northeast. A storm will come out of the Rockies later this week and that storm will produce some snow over the higher elevations of the Northern Rockies. The storm will also produce severe storms in the Plains Friday into Saturday. This could be a moderate outbreak of severe storms with the potential for a…

UPDATED: Hurricane Lee will Hit Nova Scotia this Weekend

Friday Update: Lee is a Cat 1 hurricane and is now in the process of changing to a subtropical storm which is no different than a strong Nor’easter as I have been saying all along. Lee is picking up speed and now will impact New England into Nova Scotia Friday night into Saturday. Winds are already picking up on Nantucket with gusts over 30 mph. Rain and wind will spread…


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