Daily Archives: December 1, 2009

Snow Threat This Friday Over Southeast Texas

  ·         Computer Model Guidance   Here is the latest computer model data depicting the disturbance responsible for the snow threat this Friday.   Note that the speed of this disturbance will be critical in determining snowfall totals.       What type of affects will a faster moving disturbance have on any potential precipitation?   Since a […]

I’m Not A Meteorologist . . . But I Get To Work With Them

Mark Twain said, “Everybody talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it.”  At ImpactWeather, we love the weather and we’re helping people do something about it! This is my maiden entry for yourweatherdepartment.com and the gist of my message is the gist of ImpactWeather.  We are Your Weather Department.  Just like your accounting […]

Winter Weather Event for Southeast Texas on Friday?

The GFS, and to some extent the European and Canadian models, continues to advertise a rather significant winter weather event across southeast Texas this coming Friday.   Though the 12Z GFS run has not completed, the 00Z run paints a bullseye of 4-6 inches of snow across southeast Texas, just to the northwest of Houston.  Across […]