Snow, Heavy Times Across the Northeast, Severe Storms Hit the Southeast

The map above shows you where the snow will occur with the storm. The Northeast will take the brunt of the snow with over 6 inches from New York into Maine. If you at the pattern the next couple of weeks, that area may get hit several more times by major snow events. Severe storms […]

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Severe Storms, Damaging Winds, Possible Tornadoes, Snow on the Backside!

  I posted this image on twitter but very concerned that the HRRR model is suggesting an initial tornado threat this evening across central PA into WV, VA, MD. Snow the other issue but again fighting the warmth of the ground and temperatures so amounts will be low.     Graphics that I used in […]

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Tornado Part II PA, NJ, MD. Tornado Part III PA, MD, NJ Thursday. So Plains Tornadoes and Flooding Again!

I think today could be worse than yesterday in regards to severe weather across Pennsylvania into New Jersey and Maryland. Even Philly and New York City will be hit by severe storms this evening. Thursday, it’s southern Pennsylvania, Maryland and The Delmarva that get hit by severe weather and possible tornadoes as the last of […]

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Florence Remains Bring Trouble Yet

The weather is finally clearing across North Carolina but the problems with flooding will continue much of this weekend and into the weekend. It’s a very bad situation for North Carolina. Out focus turns to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic as the remains of hurricane Florence need to move through today into Tuesday. As you can […]

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Tornadoes Possible the Next Two Days

We have two days of severe weather as the vortex over the Upper Midwest drops into the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley. As Mentioned before in previous blogs, this is a highly unusual pattern with an upper level low this time of the year. So think of this, you have upper levels of the atmosphere […]

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