Four Key Teleconnections Indicate a Return of Winter to the Eastern United States

After a predominantly mild and wet December, it may be tempting to give up hope for the return of winter weather in Washington.  As the image above (courtesy NOAA) indicates, … Continue reading Four Key Teleconnections Indicate a Return of Winter to the Eastern United States

Don’t Fight the European Model: 100% Bullish, Crippling Storm Wednesday

It amazes me how many snowfall accumulation maps out there are low-balling this event.  Yes the March sun-angle is higher (but that won’t be an issue overnight).  Temperatures are already … Continue reading Don’t Fight the European Model: 100% Bullish, Crippling Storm Wednesday

Crippling Heavy Wet Snow Headed to Washington: Plan for Scattered Power Outages Wednesday!

Models are trending slower and closer to the coast with the track of the Nor’easter that will wallop the Nation’s Capital with one of our biggest March snowfalls in recent … Continue reading Crippling Heavy Wet Snow Headed to Washington: Plan for Scattered Power Outages Wednesday!

Parade of Nor’easters likely through mid-March

Unsettled conditions will continue across the Mid-Atlantic and New England through Mid-March. Upwards of three feet of snow fell across northeastern Pennsylvania and parts of Upstate New York with this … Continue reading Parade of Nor’easters likely through mid-March