what to watch fore(cast)

What to Watch Fore(cast) – Mar 28 – Apr 4

Highlights: A mess of storms in the East – Forecasters and weather models alike are trying to wrap their collective heads around a series of systems which could bring a variety of precipitation patterns to the eastern U.S. by the end of the week. The cold pattern tries to end – The cold will ease […]

What to Watch Fore(cast) – Mar 14-21

Highlights: Early storms, then warm and tranquil in the East – After a storm system makes its way through the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic today and tomorrow, an upper-level ridge will build over the Southeast that will provide warm and dry conditions for the second half of the week. Very warm, with record heat? – The […]

What to Watch Fore(cast) – Mar 7-14

Just the highlights for now… I’ve been working on getting a new place to live, which is why the blog has slowed somewhat recently. Highlights Another soaker in the East – A storm system that is shaping up to be quite similar to the Sunday/Monday storm we just had will be moving through the eastern […]

What to Watch Fore(cast) – Feb 22-28

Not doing a full discussion this week… storm tracks for Big Storm #1 and #2 will have to be monitored for their impact in the Mid-Atlantic states. The Friday storm could be frozen precipitation, heavy rain and/or strong thunderstorms for the DC area! More on that as the details get clearer. Arkansas through Pennsylvania will […]

What to Watch Fore(cast) – Feb 14-21

Highlights: Eastern warm up part two – After topping out near 70F in parts of the Mid-Atlantic, the East will see another, even stronger warm up this Thursday and Friday before a mostly-dry cold front moves through. Unsettled Midwest – Rain moving through Thursday-Friday and a rain/snow storm system on Sunday-Monday will keep conditions rather […]

What to Watch Fore(cast) – Feb 7-14

Snow threat forecast for the Thursday storm coming later! —– Highlights: A shot of snow early in the Apps – A quick round of 2-4″+ will move up the western side of the Appalachians into the Northeast Monday and Tuesday Lake-effect machine lives again – Wednesday and Thursday will bring a good round of lake-effect […]

What to Watch Fore(cast) – Jan 31 – Feb 7

Highlights: Blockbuster snow storm – A wide swath of heavy snow extending from Oklahoma to Maine on the order of 6-12″+, along with crippling freezing rain, will rock the Midwest and Northeast tonight through Wednesday. Weekend coastal storm – A storm that could once again “thread the needle” and produce significant snowfall (2-4″+) in the […]