We are now within hours of the onset of our big East Coast snowstorm, but there have been some minor changes. For one, the models have a storm that is farther west or closer to the coast. . .a negative for big snows closer to the coast. The thermal profiles, time of year, and stronger … Continue reading 03/13/17 East Coast Storm Update
After a winter that has produced well-below normal snowfall in the Mid-Atlantic (largely the DC-Baltimore area is in the snow-hole this year), March has decided to provide a rather unique situation. Models are coming into better agreement on what looks to be a significant snowstorm from northern VA up through ME with the metros of … Continue reading March wants to play winter!
Ok, I know, I’m being snarky as two days over 70 degrees in the DC-Baltimore area have been bummed about this winter. But. . .there will be snow. . .for some. Currently, temperatures in the I-95 corridor of DC-Baltimore are in the low 50s with showers and even some thunderstorms popping up. This does not … Continue reading So, it can snow in February?
It’s sad when I’m excited about a light snow event, but thus is the winter of 2016-2017. The pattern this winter has featured cold arriving when the storm track was not conducive, to very warm periods that have left snow lovers crying in our cereal bowls (or while drinking some fine craft beer). But alas, … Continue reading Light Snow Event on the way!