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THREAT FOR MAJOR WINTER STORM 1/22-1/23 INCREASING

I have to apologize for the lack of updates during the past week or so, but I have been very busy with other activities; however, I do want to briefly review why the threat of the previous winter storm for 1/15-1/16 … Continue reading

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SHOCK TO THE SYSTEM: WINTER WEATHER TO RETURN THIS WEEK AND IN THE WEEKS TO COME

…WINTER TO RETURN FULL THROTTLE WITH BELOW AVERAGE TO AVERAGE JANUARY TEMPERATURES OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS… …Several CHANCES of Significant East Coast Snowstorms are upcoming, first in the Jan 16-18 timeframe as discussed in the previous post… After a … Continue reading

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PATTERN CHANGE TO COLDER AND MORE WINTER LIKE WEATHER ON THE WAY

So obviously it’s been quite some time since I last wrote here, since last year actually –  but let’s be honest – when it comes to winter weather threats this season, there just haven’t been any. However, that is about … Continue reading

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SIGNIFICANT SNOWS COMING TO AREAS NORTHWEST OF I-95 FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON INTO SUNDAY MORNING

A very weak area of low pressure will move from the Mississippi and Tennessee river valleys to the west of the area tomorrow afternoon through tomorrow night. This will spread moderate to heavy precipitation into the norther Mid-Atlantic region starting … Continue reading

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HIGH WINDS, BRUTAL COLD, SOME SNOW TO AFFECT THE MID-ATLANTIC THIS WEEKEND

Just a quick post this morning to make sure everyone’s aware… There’s a high wind watch this weekend, just issued a few hours ago for all of eastern PA, northern MD, all of DE and NJ into New England: URGENT … Continue reading

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MAJOR GROUNDHOG’S DAY SNOW AND ICE STORM TO AFFECT THE NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC AND NEW ENGLAND

We have quite the storm already developing across the central US, which you can see on the latest national radar stretches from eastern Nebraska, all the way to Ohio, and south to the Gulf coast. This low is currently centered … Continue reading

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SIGNIFICANT TO MAJOR WINTER STORM TO AFFECT THOSE ABOVE THE MASON DIXON LINE INTO SOUTHERN NY STATE AND SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND LATE SUPER BOWL SUNDAY INTO MONDAY…

Energy ejecting out of the southwest United States will move out to the northeast and spawn a weak area of low pressure in the mid Mississippi valley. The low will head towards the Ohio river and West Virginia initially, while strengthening … Continue reading

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HISTORIC ROAD CLOSING BLIZZARD TO AFFECT NEW JERSEY THROUGH MAINE

I wish I had time to get more in depth here, but unfortunately I just haven’t had the time given work and everything else in between, so this will have to be quick. The storm is currently streaking over Kentucky and … Continue reading

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BLIZZARD FOR AT LEAST PART OF THE NORTHEAST EARLY NEXT WEEK? YES, I THINK THERE WILL BE….

As the storm from overnight departs us, leaving a healthy dose of snow, there’s a good possibility of another, even bigger storm for someone in the northeast US come Monday and Tuesday. A rather potent clipper low will race across … Continue reading

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Winter cancel? Not by a long shot….

So I realize I’ve been shirking my usual blogging duties lately, but to be honest, there hasn’t been a lot to talk about up to this point, particularly along the coastal plain into the I-95 corridor of the Mid-Atlantic. I’ve … Continue reading

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