December 18, 2020

New Podcast: The Holiday Week Weather Forecast and the Inside Story on the Northeast Snowstorms



My new podcast is out and I provide a detailed forecast for this weekend and next week, including Christmas Day.  And then I turn to the great Northeast snowstorm of yesterday, telling you about the amazing totals and the nature of the Nor'Easter s cyclones that produce heavy snow over the region.

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5 comments:

  1. Speaking of snowstorms,exactly 30 years ago today in 1990,a major snowstorm and and strong arctic air outbreak began in the Puget Sound area.

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  2. It would be nice if this had a video component, with the camera pointed at a synoptic map, with Cliff annotating.

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  3. Thought this article about Sofar and their ocean going sensors might interest you:
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/2020/12/18/ocean-observing-sofar-buoys/

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  4. Looks like marginal conditions for a bit of pre-Christmas lowland snow tomorrow afternoon and evening. Hope so!

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