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Major End Of April Storm: Denver Snow, DC, Philly 90s, Major Severe Outbreak In Between…

Written by on April 26, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments
Major End Of April Storm: Denver Snow, DC, Philly 90s, Major Severe Outbreak In Between…

We have all the ingredients coming together late this week for a truly wild end to April. A storm system will fire on all cylinders with major cold driving south out of Canada into the rear while out ahead, the first real surge of heat (upper 80s/low 90s) lifts up the Eastern coastal plain. Looks like […]

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United States May 2017 Outlook

Written by on April 24, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments
United States May 2017 Outlook

Without sounding like a broken record, the large scale US pattern remains largely unchanged but expect a gradual shut down of the Pacific as heights naturally begin building over the Great Basin. It’s been a warm April except for the Northwest, sound familiar to the previous 2-3 months? April shall go out on a stormy and pretty wild note […]

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NASA: 2016-17 Sierra Nevada Snowpack Is Deeper Than Previous 4 Seasons Combined!

Written by on April 20, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments
NASA: 2016-17 Sierra Nevada Snowpack Is Deeper Than Previous 4 Seasons Combined!

According to NASA, the snowpack this year in the Tuolumne River Basin which is park of Yosemite National Park is deeper than the previous 4 seasons combined. How much water is locked within the snowpack? For some spots it’s over 100 inches. Statewide the average is 47 inches. The Sierra snowpack is near record levels and […]

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Record Heat Up US East Coast, Record Cold In Labrador & 600 Icebergs off Newfoundland Last 3 Weeks

Record Heat Up US East Coast, Record Cold In Labrador & 600 Icebergs off Newfoundland Last 3 Weeks

A bane to shipping and a little earlier than normal but since late March over 600 huge icebergs have neared Newfoundland’s north and eastern shores. The last 3 weeks has nearly seen as many icebergs than in all of 2016. The vast majority of icebergs around the Grand Banks is calved off the Greenland ice sheet and drift south with wind and current […]

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Late Season Frost/Freeze Deep Into Tennessee Valley?

Written by on April 17, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments
Late Season Frost/Freeze Deep Into Tennessee Valley?

As we continue to speed through April, the US pattern remains largely the same. Bowling ball lows crossing the country with warm, humid ahead and cool, dry behind. As pointed out in my last two videos, there appears to have a hint at a late season frost or even freeze deep into the Ohio and Tennessee Valley. Perhaps I’m […]

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CALIFORNIA DROUGHT DECLARED OVER: Sierra Nevada Experiences Wettest Year!

Written by on April 16, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments
CALIFORNIA DROUGHT DECLARED OVER: Sierra Nevada Experiences Wettest Year!

In a non El Nino year following a record strong El Nino, 2016-17 has seen California bombarded by the Pacific. Last year’s record tying Super El Nino brought little drought relief and strangely it came this water year when there was no El Nino. A delayed reaction perhaps? Following wave after wave of storms, the latest wave has pushed the Northern […]

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TWC: US Easter Weekend 2017

Written by on April 14, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments
TWC: US Easter Weekend 2017

Easter/Passover Weekend Forecast: Thunderstorms in Parts of the East, With Rain and Snow in the West By Linda Lam Apr 14 2017 08:30 AM EDT weather.com Story Highlights A low-pressure system will bring showers and thunderstorms to many areas from the Plains to the East Coast this weekend. Rain and mountain snow will return to […]

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Warm 2016-17 Winter Brings Impressive Snow Stats & Interesting Connection To 82-83

Written by on April 13, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments
Warm 2016-17 Winter Brings Impressive Snow Stats & Interesting Connection To 82-83

Well there are a few interesting stats still coming in from the warm winter of 2016-17. While Caribou, Maine has unimpressively surpassed it’s annual average of 111.9 inches with 121.6 inches, the duration in which the deep snow has stuck around has been impressive. Following a sudden surge of near summer-like warmth, Caribou finally saw their snow depth drop […]

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Stormy Spring 2017: Storms Erupt Over Midwest While Warmest Air Of Year Reaches Northeast

Written by on April 10, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments
Stormy Spring 2017: Storms Erupt Over Midwest While Warmest Air Of Year Reaches Northeast

With the next storm pushing through the Mississippi Valley today, so we’re talking severe weather yet again from Texas to Illinois while the heat is on for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Stormy skies over Chicago this afternoon where there’s a severe thunderstorm warning in place. East of the cold front, it’ll be feeling distinctly summer-like with […]

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Spring In The US: One Storm With Two Very Different Personalities

Written by on April 7, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments
Spring In The US: One Storm With Two Very Different Personalities

With a stormy pattern at this volatile time of year, so the Eastern temperature seesaw continues. From warm, wet and for some, tornadic to open the week to cold and even snowy to end it. In the wake of the cold front which produced up to a dozen tornadoes, cold late season brand arctic air is drilling all the […]

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