New England is Getting Walloped With Snow

Over the past few days, the weather models had been honing in on a strong piece of atmospheric energy diving southeastward out of southern Canada. This was forecast to force a strong surface low that would explosively develop just off the northeastern coast. Associated with this would be strong dynamics, and the ability to force […]

Christmas Blizzard Affects Upper Midwest

Yesterday, you¬†likely noticed the unseasonable warmth across the region. Temperatures quickly warmed into the 70s across southern Kentucky, making Christmas feel more like Spring. But why was this; why did it get so warm? Well, off to our west, a strong surface low began to develop on the lee side of the Rocky Mountains. This […]

First Winter Storm of the Season Expected Across the Northern Plains

If you read the forecast post this morning, then you caught the reference to this in the discussion section! If not, you’re in luck. The central and northern Plains states are expecting their first winter storm of the season, and I am kinda excited about that as well. As I mentioned this morning, the first […]

Severe Weather in Northern Great Plains

In addition to the wild weather that we saw yesterday, there was some severe weather over South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa. The same shortwave that will propagate towards us tomorrow and influence us today was yesterday forcing some severe storms across that region of the world. There were some supercells, damaging winds and even a […]