Daily Archives: March 12, 2010

Winter Yields to the Season of Preparation

Back in September, ImpactWeather began preparing our clients for what looked like a long, grueling winter and with record-breaking snows across many areas east of the Mississippi River our clients have not been surprised. You’ve read about a lot of the unusual weather right here on YourWeatherBlog but we’re finally beginning to see a crack […]

Dam Saves $2 Billion

January and February brought a lot of snow to the Mid-Atlantic states. In fact, record-breaking snows in the “all time” category fell near and far across the region. Not too far from the Mid-Atlantic, off to the northwest a bit, is the shoulder area between the Great Lakes and the Mid-Atlantic: Pennsylvania and, more specifically, […]