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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GFS Catching on to the NAO Pattern with Storm Along the East Coast!

I’ve been talking about it all week that with the NAO crashing and PNA going positive we should see a storm along the East coast. Makes sense right? Yes it does.     It also goes against many forecasts that were going for a heatwave that is now being replaced by rainy and cooler weather. […]

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Major Storm for the Northeast

This blog entry will focus on the potential for a major storm, looking at the daily operational models and how they are handling the event. Links NAO Index (Blocking) AO Index PNA Pattern GFS Ensemble Pattern Hazard Maps   Wednesday October 24, 2018 10:00 am EDT – I am not saying much because I am still […]

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7:00 pm Special Update: Storm Continues to Deepen as Heavy Rain Hits D.C. into PA.

7:00 pm Edt July 21, 2018 Update No major changes to the forecast. The storm is now located south of Chincoteague, MD. Heavy rain bands are wrapping around the system into D.C. and eastern Maryland, extending up into south-central Pennsylvania. Rainfall of over 3 inches will occur and will cause flash flooding over the next […]

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