By: Preston Schenk Though some people in the Northern United States are used to cold weather, a massive early-season Arctic air blast has- and is still impacting- most of the eastern US. Some locations recorded temperatures up to 30 degrees below normal, with wind chills in many places across the
Invest 94L was designated yesterday over the southwestern Atlantic, which was a broad and ill-defined tropical wave at the time. Since then, it has traversed westwards into the Bahamas and has gained a lot more convection. In fact, it may be on the verge of becoming a tropical depression, and
Article information and forecast thoughts as of 15:30Z on June 2nd 91L currently is located at 19.6*N 94.5*W, with maximum winds of 25mph, and a pressure of 1007mb. Invest 91L has formed in the north Atlantic ocean and has shown positive signs for development over the past couple of days.
The March craziness of severe weather is continuing into April, with 3 days of severe weather across the south once again, with potentially more on the way. With a storm system tracking across the US bringing severe weather to the south and some snow to the northeast, the Storm Prediction