Wind, Fire, Frost, and 500mb Cutoffs

By: Pcroton, 11:21 AM GMT on April 23, 2014

Wind, Fire, Frost, and 500mb Cutoffs

Windy and dry conditions over the next two days has led to a high fire danger throughout the Middle Atlantic and North East.

Cold mornings will continue to bring a threat for frost to the region and as thus care should be taken when setting a spring planting schedule.

Significant blocking in the pattern will lead to numerous cutoff lows at the ...

Fire Winter Weather

Updated: 9:07 PM GMT on April 23, 2014

Cool, Dry then Warmer, Wetter Mid-Atl/N East.

By: Pcroton, 9:47 AM GMT on April 16, 2014

Update Section 4/22 5PM:Widespread Fire Weather Watch is in effect due to high winds and low humidites for Wednesday. Four 500mb cutoff lows will be influencing our weather over the next 10 days with generally light precipitation for the Middle Atlantic and some heavier rains for New England. The temperature rollercoaster will continue.

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Updated: 9:51 PM GMT on April 22, 2014

Heavy Rain and Snow Mid-Atlantic and North East

By: Pcroton, 10:58 PM GMT on April 08, 2014

Heavy Rain, Wind, Snow, and Freezes on the way.

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Warmer Temperatures, a weak system towards the end of the week, followed by more unsettled weather next week along with the potential for a rather strong storm system.


Updated: 11:00 AM GMT on April 15, 2014

Spring Rollercoaster on the Way

By: Pcroton, 12:23 PM GMT on April 01, 2014

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Heavy rain possible late Monday into Tuesday along with Severe Weather into the Middle Atlantic.

Updates Post #76

Spring Weather Rollercoaster on the Way

Mild, Wet, and Cool again. Gardners should continue to hold off on planting as this season could feature some late surprise frosts and cold nights.

Empire State Buildi...

Updated: 11:21 AM GMT on April 07, 2014

Very Heavy Rain, Snow, Flash Flooding 3/29-3/30 North East

By: Pcroton, 11:19 PM GMT on March 26, 2014

3/30 7AM


Updates begin Post #141

Flash Flooding, Rain, Snow, Freezing Rain continues across the Middle Atlantic and North East states.

Flooding is a legitimate concern.

A lot of water remains in the present snow pack. In Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine you have 6 to as much as 20 inches of water retained in your s...

Winter Weather Flood

Updated: 11:29 AM GMT on March 30, 2014

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