I am not a meterologist by any means but am an avid weather fan. I am very interested in Nor'Easters as these systems affect my area the most.
By: Bonedog, 5:17 PM GMT on January 26, 2009
Hey folks. Need the communities help this time around. I will be heading to Cancun this year for my honeymoon =) Have several places in mind but was wondering if anyone has recomendations other than the ones I had in mind.Being this is A) My first trip to Cancun and B) My Honeymoon I am looking for a first class trip w/ reasonable price. Definatley want the all inclusive and preferably adult only but the adult only is not a deal breaker.Thanks In Advance for any...
By: Bonedog, 11:40 AM GMT on December 14, 2007
Round two folks :)As of 6am here is my initial forcast.Low developes over Lower Mississippi Valley and moves NorthEast. This turns into a very significant Low Pressure System as it moves across the Mid-Atlantic Region and along the New England Coastal Area on Sunday.Models as of late have been trending twords a more inland track thus a warmer solution. The track, according to the model suites, is almost directly over Long Island. This means a primarily liquid eve...
By: Bonedog, 11:06 PM GMT on December 10, 2007
GFS has been spitting this system out for several days now and the ECM is on board now too. Still early but seems plausable now. I will update on this system in the coming days.Heres the GFS preview for all to ponder
By: Bonedog, 11:47 AM GMT on November 30, 2007
Good morning folks. Let me first say Happy End Of Hurricane Season. Prayers to the folks and families that were affected by any of the systems that did develope this year.This forcast is for the New England area (NY/NJ/CT/MA/RI/VT) system is already affecting Midwest and Great Lake RegionOk to the meat of it :) Looks to be the first widespread storm of the season developing Sunday into Monday. Looking at the models and soundings this morning here is my take on t...
Updated: 11:50 AM GMT on November 30, 2007
By: Bonedog, 11:31 AM GMT on November 14, 2007
Morning folks. Looks like we have another round of precipitation heading our way Thursday night through Friday. Here is why...A cold front approaches our area while it slows down. Anafront nature of cold front couples with development of a wave of Low pressure along the front over the waters of New England late Thursday in response to forcing from strong 500mb level vorticy on the leading edge of the 500mb trough over Upstate New York that has caught up to the fro...
Updated: 11:51 AM GMT on November 14, 2007