Archive for September, 2010

Shipping up to Boston

I’ll be traveling to Boston this morning for the weekend, so I probably won’t be making any updates. Hopefully Jason can get on here and make a post or two… I think I’m going to need a boat for this instead.

T.D. Sixteen forms south of Cuba, takes aim at the East Coast

This post might have to be updated if the NHC decides to upgrade Tropical Depression Sixteen to Tropical Storm Nicole later today. Massive rains are in store for the East Coast tomorrow through Friday as T.D. 16 organizes just south of Cuba and heads towards the U.S. This storm is likely to be sub-tropical when […]

What to Watch Fore(cast) – Sep 27 – Oct 3

Don’t forget to add us to your Twitter and Facebook feeds by clicking the links at the top of the page! Highlights: Hot and dry in the West – Very warm temperatures during the work week will provide some areas with record-breaking heat from the West Coast to the Rockies. Wet week with flooding in […]

Mid-Atlantic Discussion – September 27-28

Monday Strong, twisting winds aloft ahead of a cold front will be the big player as the cold front approaches the Mid-Atlantic Monday and pushes through on Tuesday (from the SE no less!). Weak to moderate thermal instability on the order of 250-750 J/kg CAPE will provide the additional fuel to initiate storms. The strongest […]

Parts of the Mid-Atlantic shatter heat records

Some high temperature records were shattered yesterday across the Mid-Atlantic. Here’s the rundown for the D.C. area’s high temperatures: FORMAT: Station, high, (old high, year of old high) Yesterday 9/24: DCA: 99F (94F, 1970) IAD: 97F (92F, 1970) BWI: 95F (95F, 1970) Other major cities that saw record highs yesterday, in City: New (Old) format: […]

A new look to the site…

I made some changes to the top of the page today to make the site look a bit cleaner and easier to read. Hopefully you all like it!

22 September 2010 Storm Pictures

Went to a local parking garage with Jason yesterday and snapped these two shots (one shown). Later, another storm formed at dusk and I grabbed this photo from my window: The second storm eventually hit severe status and was cranking out lightning at a rate of one flash/bolt every 2-4 seconds. Unfortunately, it was just […]