After a cold and wintry February, much of the United States has enjoyed a couple weeks of warmth and dry weather. As they say, good things aren’t meant to last forever, in this case referring to a storm forecast to move through the Rocky Mountains and Eastern Plains this weekend.Read More →

Formation   In mid-December, after a country-wide cold wave, the NCEP-Global Forecast System (GFS) became increasingly aggressive towards the formation of an equator facing trough off of the polar vortex in Siberia. The forecast called for the trough moving southwest and turning poleward, creating a massive cooldown across China rightRead More →

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 rare winter storm is currently making its way across Texas today and will move into Louisiana and Mississippi tonight and into tomorrow. This storm will bring mainly snow to this region but freezing rain and sleet can not be ruled out in Southern Louisiana and Mississippi and heavy rainRead More →