A new winter storm is now taking shape over the Midwest and is expected to bring heavy snow and strong winds to the Upper Midwest. Moderate Impacts from this storm are expected from Des Moines north to the Twin Cities with isolated areas potentially receiving major impacts meaning there willRead More →

A ragged weather pattern will begin setting up today and bring a wide variety of weather impacts. First, a low pressure system will move through the Northern Great Plains and Upper Midwest which will bring heavy snow and high winds to the region creating blizzard conditions. Meanwhile, a cold frontRead More →

As the day of the Nor’easter looms nearer, greater congruency has come together for what to expect as weather alerts now stretch from Georgia up along the Appalachian Mountains to New York and Massachusetts. Snow is already falling in Oklahoma as a result from this storm and Heavy snowfall, highRead More →

Models have come into stunning congruency that a very strong Low Pressure system is expected to ravage the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic this upcoming Wednesday Night into Thursday with over a foot of snow possible from Virginia up into New York state. Freezing rain accumulations are also possible over Western NorthRead More →

Before the 2005 season began, meteorologists knew it was going to be active. The positive Atlantic multidecadal oscillation (+AMO) phase had been present in the Atlantic for a decade now which was causing above average sea surface temperatures (SST’s) across the basin making it more favorable for cyclone genesis. SinceRead More →

Hurricane Laura has made landfall near Cameron, Louisiana, as a potentially catastrophic Category 4 hurricane tonight. At 1:00 AM CDT (06:00 UTC August 27), the center of the eye of Hurricane Laura moved onshore near Cameron, Louisiana. Maximum sustained winds at landfall were 150 mph (240 km/h), with gusts ofRead More →

After holding a relatively constant intensity for the past 48 hours or so, Isaias is strengthening again as it approaches the Carolina coast, and is now once again a hurricane. Isaias is expected to maintain its strength as a Category 1 hurricane during the next few hours leading up toRead More →