Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Lack Of Severe Thunderstorms Sets A New Tri-State Record

There have been no Severe Thunderstorm Warnings issued in the Tri-State so far this year. That is an incredible statement to make in late March. As I mentioned in my March 17, 2015 blog, the first Severe Thunderstorm Warning of … Continue reading

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Why High Clouds Should Matter To Meteorology And You

There is a problem in the weather community that no one really discusses. Of all of the problems that the weather enterprise needs to tackle, this is far from a #1 priority; this issue, however, is important. It’s about high … Continue reading

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The Latest Start To Severe Weather Season On Record?

There are various ways to measure the depth of a severe weather season. You can count the number of warnings, damage reports, or tornadoes. You can count the number of days between warnings, or you could count the number of … Continue reading

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Winter Is Not Over For Cincinnati And Here’s Why

There is a great buzz around Cincinnati about the warmer temperatures this week, and there are great reasons for the buzz. People are more inclined to get out and make the most of the day when the sun is out … Continue reading

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Are We Done With Cold And Accumulating Snow? History Suggests “Probably Not”

As mid-March nears and snow rapidly melts, biometeorology does what it does best in the spring: get us focused on warmer weather. Signs of spring, however, rarely stick their landing in Cincinnati. Winter and spring always fight in March, April, … Continue reading

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Comparing This Cold Season To The Last One

When winter is approaching, I often get asked whether it will be cold, snowy, mild, or wet. After a very snowy, colder than average winter of 2013-2014, I told most going into the season that the winter of 2014-2015 would … Continue reading

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