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By: Steve Gregory, 9:24 PM GMT on January 29, 2015
ARCTIC COLD AHEAD WITH STORMY CONDITIONS
FROM THE SOUTHWEST TO EAST COAST
THU / 29-JAN-15
An impressive arctic outbreak is in store for the Midwest on into the eastern US during the first week in February, with several potential storm events from the lower Plains across most of the eastern US. The coldest anomalies are still slated for the Great Lakes region into the Northeast.
By: Steve Gregory, 9:06 PM GMT on January 26, 2015
INTENSE NOR’EASTER TO EXIT BY WEDNESDAY
WITH SMALLER STORMS & ARCTIC AIR SURGES TO FOLLOW
The strong Nor’Easter about to hit from the NY metropolitan area to Maine is now forecast to bring 1 to 2 feet (or more in some locations) of snow, with wind gusts of to 50mph in NYC to 70MPH in some locations in SE New England. (IMO – 12” to 18” can be expected from NYC eastward, with...
Updated: 1:56 PM GMT on January 27, 2015
By: Steve Gregory, 10:02 PM GMT on January 22, 2015
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPS TO GIVE WAY TO STORMY
AND MUCH COLDER TEMPS NEXT WEEK
With the exception of the Northeast where below normal Temps will hold sway, along with the chance for 2 or even 3 significant storm systems, most of the nation will experience above to much above normal Temperatures during the next 7 days.
A building ridge in the West is providing the warm and dry conditi...
Updated: 10:23 PM GMT on January 24, 2015
By: Steve Gregory, 9:45 PM GMT on January 19, 2015
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPS THIS WEEK WILL TURN COLDER NEXT WEEK
Above normal temperatures will continue across most of the nation this week as a progressive upper level air flow continues across the northern hemisphere. Amplification of the ridge in the west and TROF over the east will result in colder air returning to the Great Lakes and eastern US starting next weekend.
The global models ...
By: Steve Gregory, 9:37 PM GMT on January 16, 2015
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPS NEXT 10 DAYS THEN MUCH COLDER & STORMIER
Arctic air is giving way to a much milder flow of mostly Pacific origin – with above normal temperatures expected across most of the nation during the next 7-10 days as a very progressive upper air flow continues across much of the northern hemisphere. Along with the milder conditions, a somewhat stormier pattern will develop across th...