An unusually strong storm system spinning over the Upper Midwest will sink south today, supporting another round of very strong/gusty northwest winds. High Wind Warnings are in effect. A tranquil weekend and a slight chance of precipitation to start the week and a system pushing through late next week.
I hesitated before I composed this morning’s heads-up outlook. My thoughts were along the lines of “here it is Wednesday, and I’m looking at model data from Tuesday night, and the models I can access differ significantly — yet I feel the need to post about it now.” A really good discussion has erupted online today, not having to do with this system but with the tropical system forecast by the GFS next week. I’m…
High Wind Warnings continue through late evening across much of the state. The already-low humididty and dry upper-level air mixing to the ground will combine to increase fire danger, so a Red Flag Warning is also in effect. Meanwhile areas north and east of the Turnpike will see snow, up to 3″ in the northeast corner of the state.Read More
Will it be a "busy" storm season? It's all relative! If there's only one single tornado this year, that'd be a dud, right? Unless it hits your house or town, then 2020 is a "bad" year...for you. Mark Bogner looks at the climate hints that point to what this spring may look like.Read More