Hurricane Sandy

Sandy Makes Landfall in Jamaica As 80 mph Hurricane, Worry Model Trend For US

Sandy Makes Landfall in Jamaica As 80 mph Hurricane, Worry Model Trend For US

Sandy became a Category 1 Hurricane prior to landfall just east of Kingston, Jamaica a short time ago with sustained winds at around 80 mph. Flooding rains and damage is likely to have occured. Conditions should improve tonight into tomorrow across Jamaica as the storm heads north but Cuba will see the wrath of Sandy as it […]

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Evening Thoughts On Sandy, US

Evening Thoughts On Sandy, US

While looking at the latest models on Sandy, the ECMWF remains stubborn in pulling Sandy into the Northeast/New England as a major, historic storm which would have potentially devastating consequences. The Canadian model has now jumped east in it’s track, joining for GFS. Remember that a lot has to do with (1) the ridge in the west […]

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Sandy Forms In Caribbean, Lots of Uncertainty Ahead

Sandy Forms In Caribbean, Lots of Uncertainty Ahead

The computer models are still in large dissagreement over, now Tropical Storm Sandy which formed a few hours ago in the Caribbean and over the next 7+ days, everything will depend upon the pattern across the US and even out over the Pacific as to whether this storm remains at sea or whether it makes a direct impact on […]

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Wild Pattern: Record Heat To Be Followed By Record Cold This Week, E.Coast Hurricane Next Week?

Wild Pattern: Record Heat To Be Followed By Record Cold This Week, E.Coast Hurricane Next Week?

Many computer models are suggesting a wild situation evolving this weekend with a hurricane bombing out off Cape Hattaras and may and it’s a big, may.. turn NW and hit the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast next week sometime and given the wild pattern setting up through this week and into early next with major warmth to be followed by major […]

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