Mild and a Front - MidATL-NEast

By: Pcroton, 10:49 AM GMT on October 24, 2014


October 24, 2014 - 6AM

All information below is static as of blog entry.

Clearing out and Warming

As our Nor'Easter departs the weather will be clearing out and warming. Our weather is a little split with warmer and clearer conditions more evident over the Mid-Atlantic as a small disturbance on Sunday will keep things on the cool side with some scattered showers across the North East.

Updated: 9:49 PM GMT on October 25, 2014

Coastal Storm - MidATL.NEast

By: Pcroton, 11:28 AM GMT on October 19, 2014

October 23, 2014 - 7AM

Information in this section will be updated as conditions warrant.

Our Nor'Easter continues.

This morning's discussion began at Post #259.

October 19, 2014

All information below is static as of blog entry.

A disturbance in South Central Canada will continue to dive into the lower 48 and head for the M...


Updated: 11:01 AM GMT on October 23, 2014

Eastern Trough

By: Pcroton, 1:10 PM GMT on October 16, 2014

October 18, 2014

Waiting for our disturbance to usher in the colder air while watching our Pacific disturbances evolve leading to our mid week storm.

This morning's discussion begins Post #108.

October 16, 2014
All information below is static as of blog release.

A calm period of weather along with much cooler temperatures will be filtering into the region starting saturday. There ...

Updated: 11:38 AM GMT on October 18, 2014

Unsettled and Seasonal - MidATL-NEast

By: Pcroton, 10:54 AM GMT on October 09, 2014

October 9, 2014

Seasonal October weather is in store for the rest of the month.

Area of unsettled weather in the mid west will ride along a frontal boundary bringing in a cold and rainy start the weekend.

This frontal boundary may wander north and south in the Middle Atlantic and could keep the chance for some showers in the forecast. These things have been proven quite tricky thi...

Pattern Change - MidAtl-NEast

By: Pcroton, 12:17 PM GMT on October 02, 2014

October 2, 2014

Our pattern changing event is finally on our doorstep. A strong cold front driven by a negatively tilted 500mb trough will pass through the region Saturday morning.

While the parent low associated with the system is heading into Canada a secondary area of low pressure is modeled to develop along the front in the upper mid-atlantic region providing a burst of rainfall.


Pattern Change

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Located in Monmouth County in central NJ. Watching the weather from North Carolina to Maine.