Tag Archives: winter 2011

Snow in the North and Active Tropics in the South

In the Northern Hemisphere we’re in the middle of winter and what a winter it’s been so far! The Northeast is getting hit hard again today with moderate to heavy snow as a low pressure system moves northeastward along the East Coast. Widespread accumulations of 3-6” can be expected from the Mid-Atlantic States into the […]

Nor’easter Even Stronger

More snow. And not just more snow but MORE snow. Yesterday’s StormWatch graphics indicated an impressive band of 12+ inches from the New York Tri-State through New England. Today, 18+ inches is indicated across southern New England and perhaps even Long Island (depending on the exact storm track). This morning’s indicators suggest a low pressure […]

Coldies? This Blast’s For You!

On the heels of last week’s nor’easter, comes this chilling scenario: Record-breaking cold the likes of which haven’t been seen in years in many areas. And perfectly timed as our next Winter Weather Outlook webinar is coming up later this week (more on the webinar below).