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Stay Safe!

The Storm Prediction Center is expecting a moderate to high risk for tornadoes in many large metro areas today! Stay safe and take immediate action to protect your life if a tornado warning is issued for your area:   Advertisements

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New Blog

http://ohwxramblings.wordpress.com/ I am trying to change the focus of my blog to shorter but more pattern oriented posts (to increase readability) with more detailed forecasts when conditions warrant. Check it out at the link above! Have a nice day, Jim.

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Where we Look to go Heading Into December

We look to have a spectacular first half of the holiday weekend across the lower Great Lakes/upper Ohio Valley region, with a strongly positive NAO and positive EPO pumping up a ridge over the central portion of the country. However, … Continue reading

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Northeast Ohio Lake Effect Snow Event Two

The models are starting to agree on a solution for Thursday-Friday, and we are now only about 36 hours out from the first flakes of the second lake effect snow event of this winter… The flow will become northwesterly Wednesday … Continue reading

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First Snow of the Year Expected in the Cleveland, OH Area Thursday Night

The models have essentially remained unchanged since yesterday for Thursday night, and some of the short range meso-scale models are now out to Friday morning, adding some clarity to the situation. The 12z NAM, 12z GFS, and 0z European model … Continue reading

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Updated Weekend Snowstorm Forecast

The subtropical jet stream energy that will supply the moisture for this weekends eastern US snowstorm is producing moderate precipitation over the central Appellations, and the northern stream energy that will combine with this area of precipitation and allow for … Continue reading

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October Winter Storm Looking Increasingly Likely for Mid Atlantic and Southern New England Saturday into Sunday

A slightly (mainly east based) –NAO may help cause significant amplification of a shortwave over the eastern US Saturday. The pieces that will come together and cause cyclonegenesis off the Mid Atlantic coast Saturday are already on the map and … Continue reading

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