The image above shows the latest Sea Surface temperature anomalies (departure from average). NOAA has issued an El Nino Watch and the latest global forecast models indicate that weak El … Continue reading El Nino Watch and Interesting Implications on this Summer and upcoming Autumn and Winter
Heavy Snow is finally breaking out across the metropolitan Washington Area. My favorite forecast model (the European) lowered its accumulation output during the overnight run. Regardless, Winter Storm Warning criteria … Continue reading Heavy Snow Ramping Up Across Metropolitan Washington
Image below shows the latest High Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) model simulating the future radar through 1 pm Wednesday. – Notice the very heavy snow banding developing right across the … Continue reading How Much Snow Could Fall by 8AM 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