Blog: 3pm Monday, Inverted Trough Across NJ and NYC, New England Next

I will keep this going while the storm is in progress: Links: Snow Maps Current Surface Map 3pm Monday The inverted trough continues to hang in through NYC into northern NJ this hour but radar trends seems to show the snow area starting to shrink. HRRR model trends shows that snow are will be breaking […]

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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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Major East Coast Storm with Tropical Connections Possible Next Week!

The NAO (blocking pattern) is going to tank again while the PNA is going positive. Both of these would lead one to believe that a major East Coast storm is possible this week, one that could end up producing wind and rain from New England to The Dalmarva. There is an outside chance the storm […]

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