Daily Archives: April 1, 2010

Free Webinars: Get Ready So You Can BE Ready

Tropical storm lightning on the Texas Gulf Coast.  Photo: Fred Rogers Temperatures around the U.S. are finally starting to climb a bit as we pass from the longest, coldest winter most of us can remember into spring, which is currently forecast to be stormy, wet and unseasonably cool for many of us.  As the seasons […]

Snowfall: 600%? It’s True

We’ve compiled total snowfall accumulations for the year and compared them to average seasonal snowfalls. Our results are presented in graphic form prepared by Fred Schmude, with data compiled by Andrew Artzer — both meteorologists with ImpactWeather’s StormWatch team. Image: ImpactWeather StormWatch With Andrew’s data, I’ve selected a few cities to highlight the unusual season: […]