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Models continue to forecast potent nor'easter along the Mid-Atlantic coastline next weekend

The details (track, and how much cold air will ultimately be available) remain murky this far out, but the odds of a strong nor’easter continue to increase for the upcoming weekend (March 3 – 4th). 139 more words


NAO & AO Tanking! "Beware the Ides of March": Two Opportunities for Blockbuster East Coast Storms on the Horizon

The image below is from the latest Global Ensemble Forecast System (GEFS) model showing a major upper-level pattern change developing across the northern hemisphere.  You’ve heard me refer to the “North Atlantic Oscillation” (NAO), and the “Arctic Oscillation” (AO), both of which dictate the behavior of the upper level westerlies (the jet stream) across the middle and northern latitudes. 356 more words


After record warmth next week will March roar in like a lion?

We have been stuck in Phase 7 of the Madden Julian Oscillation (MJO) this month and that combined with the ongoing La Nina has been responsible for the mild, snow-less conditions across the Mid-Atlantic. 261 more words


Nor’easter~by Paul Lenzi


“Winter Chaos, Blizzard” by Marsden Hartley

fierce turning winds
born of violent helix
whip oceans with
spirals of face-slapping
haymaker force
severe snowmaker
lashing at coasts… 114 more words


The Time Boston Garden Got Snowed In

The blizzard of 1978 did not stop college hockey fans from attending the 26th annual Beanpot college ice hockey tournament, but it did keep them there longer than expected. 229 more words

Back to It

Hello and Happy New Year to you!  I know I’m a little late saying that, but up until last week, I was still sick with that annoying bug that I had last time I was here.   457 more words


Bomb Cyclone

You always know it’s going to be a bad storm when they name it. Usually, it’s something cute like Amy or Cindy. I knew we were screwed when the storm rolling up the east coast was called The Bomb Cyclone. 667 more words

Bomb Cyclone