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6-12 Inch Snowstorm From Iowa To Michigan To Be Followed By Single Digit Cold

Written by on November 20, 2015 in Autumn 2015, United States of America with 0 Comments
6-12 Inch Snowstorm From Iowa To Michigan To Be Followed By Single Digit Cold

With ridging driving warm air northward into Alaska, the building cold is being forced south. This very cold air is now connecting with the northern flank of the latest Pacific low crossing the Rockies into the central Plains. With moisture wrapping into the southbound ‘coldest air of the season’, much of Iowa, northern Illinois, southern Wisconsin and Michigan is in for the first major […]

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Blizzard Warning Issued For Chicago Ahead Of Winter’s Biggest Storm, -10s May Follow Late Week…

Written by on February 1, 2015 in United States of America, Winter 2014/15 with 0 Comments
Blizzard Warning Issued For Chicago Ahead Of Winter’s Biggest Storm, -10s May Follow Late Week…

The NWS has issued a Blizzard Warning for the Chicago Metro as the biggest storm of winter get’s cranking. It’s already a snowy scene across the region. This storm will be impressive as there’s a strong west to east baroclinic zone setting up with abundant Gulf moisture driving into some pretty cold air. High moisture amounts […]

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US Pattern Next 10 Days: Weekend Snow System To Be Followed By Mild Then Cold Again

Written by on February 15, 2014 in United States of America with 0 Comments

The big eastern snowstorm sure did deliver with the Major I-95 cities from DC all the way to Boston picking up 10-13 inches of snow. To the west into the Appalachians and places got a 20-30 inch dump. The highest amount that I’ve seen from this system was 29 inches in the mountains of Virginia. Here’s a look […]

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US Pattern Turns Stormier As Warm & Cold Collide, Images of SE Snow

Written by on January 30, 2014 in United States of America with 0 Comments

Thousands spent the night in cars and stores across the South following the much anticipated winter storm. It sure was a cold night and today hasn’t been much better. Here’s a few memorable shots. This morning marked day two of Atlanta gridlock!! A scene from the walking dead as mentioned by AccuWeather’s Anthony Sagliani. Here’s a rare and great shot […]

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-22 in Ohio, Snow and Ice Now Causing Problems Across Deep South

Written by on January 28, 2014 in United States of America with 0 Comments

It was a very cold start across the Upper Midwest but not the coldest of winter with Minneapolis hitting the mid teens below while Chicago hit 11 or 12 below which is well under the forecasted -20 the ECMWF had and well shy of the season’s coldest of 16 below. Both GFS and NAM did […]

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Huge Storm Produces Worst Ice Storm In Years To Ontario, Record Mid-Atlantic Warmth!

Written by on December 22, 2013 in North and South America, United States of America with 0 Comments

What an incredible storm system we’ve seen and are seeing with huge variation of wild weather over North America. From snow in Texas to severe weather across Arkansas and Mississippi to the biggest ice storm in years across Southern Ontario, northern Vermont and New Hampshire, heavy snow and drifting over northern Maine all the way to Newfoundland. To top […]

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WY/SD Takes Full Force Of 1st Blizzard, Midwest Tornado Threat, Karen Bears Down On Gulf Coast

Written by on October 4, 2013 in United States of America with 0 Comments

The much talked about storm that’s now pushing into the central Plains has already produced upwards of 20 inches of snow to parts of South Dakota with blizzard conditions closing I-90 in Wyoming and South Dakota. The low itself has a tight pressure gradient and is tightening as it draws warm, moist air up from the […]

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WED 19 DEC: USA REGIONAL FORECAST

Written by on December 19, 2012 in North and South America, United States of America with 0 Comments
WED 19 DEC: USA REGIONAL FORECAST

Northeast The past few days seen seen plenty of snow for Northern New England with the greatest amounts falling over New Hampshire, western and northern Maine where over a foot has acumulated over the past 36 hours. As the storm departs, it’s a largely fine, dry and sunny day today across the Northeast with a cool […]

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