Monthly Archives: November 2013

Severe Threat For The Tri-State Sunday And Sunday Night

Models continue to suggest a significant threat for thunderstorms, strong storms, and severe storms in the Tri-State on Sunday and Sunday night. Since we are still a couple of days out, the exact timing and positioning of this system is … Continue reading

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Rain To Snow Tonight: First Accumulating Snow Of The Season For Many

As new model runs complete, the overall forecast remains unchanged. At this point, we are nowcasting the event. Satellite, radar, and surface observation trends are becoming much more important as tonight’s rain and snow event nears. In my blog post … Continue reading

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Monday Night / Tuesday Morning Event: What It Is And What It Isn’t

There is already a lot of buzz about the cold front moving through the Tri-State tomorrow night and early Tuesday…specifically about the chance for snow that will come with it. This upcoming event is more than just a chance for … Continue reading

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