Archive for March 15th, 2017

NORTHEAST BLIZZARD 2017: After Dumping 44″, The Storm Lifts Out & In Comes The Record Challenging Cold

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NORTHEAST BLIZZARD 2017: After Dumping 44″, The Storm Lifts Out & In Comes The Record Challenging Cold

It really was an impressive storm, check out these final totals. A conservative amount in New York City thanks to westward shift in track. Out goes the storm and down comes the bitter cold. Check out these afternoon temps despite the sun shinning and it being mid March! Clear sky, light wind and deep snow […]

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Pressure Squeeze Brings Stormy Weather To Both Ends Of Western Europe

Pressure Squeeze Brings Stormy Weather To Both Ends Of Western Europe

As well as North America, there has been a lot going on this side of the Atlantic and the last 24 hours has been no exception. Following the rapid flip from record heat to record rainfall, strong and damaging winds became the focus last night into this morning across Gibraltar and the southern tip of Iberia. In fact both […]

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WED 15 MAR: VOGAN’S US OUTLOOK

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WED 15 MAR: VOGAN’S US OUTLOOK

Storm Buries Interior Northeast Beneath 33″ Inches Of Snow, Let’s DC-BOS Corridor Off Lightly

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Storm Buries Interior Northeast Beneath 33″ Inches Of Snow, Let’s DC-BOS Corridor Off Lightly

It has and remains an impressive Nor’easter/snowstorm with white out conditions affecting New England while winds gusted 79 mph on the Mass coast, 138 mph on top of Mount Washington and pressure dropped an astonishing 19mb in just 3 hours. The below visible loop shows a textbook rapidly deepening coastal storm. Some highlights. As for the further […]

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