Hello my name is Chris. I am 25 years old and have been studying the weather for 20 years. I hope to be a meteorologist, or at least storm chase.
By: ChrisCone, 8:25 PM GMT on October 28, 2009
Alright guys, just a little bit simple model observations. New forecast update coming later today. Look at the wide area of Winter Storm Warnings out west. It's a winter wonderland out there! There's a possibility this could be our weather within the next month. All that cold air is going to push east at some point. Severe weather outbreak possible Thursday in the SouthGFS an outlier forecasting a secondary low following the first low this weekend, along the cold fr...
Updated: 1:04 AM GMT on October 29, 2009
By: ChrisCone, 10:44 PM GMT on October 27, 2009
SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND WEATHER WATCHLocations I Focus On : Connecticut, NYC Metro/Long Island, extreme Eastern NY, Southern Mass, Rhode Island. (Entire Northeast US for significant weather events and some little tid bits on the Nation as a whole)_____________________________________________________________Updated : 10.27.2009 6:00PM local time10/26/09Actual - Normal - Record - Last Year Max Temperature 58° 60° 74° (1963) 62° Min Temperature 39° 43° 28° (1952) 4...
Updated: 7:41 AM GMT on October 28, 2009
By: ChrisCone, 1:24 AM GMT on October 27, 2009
SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND WEATHER WATCHLocations I Focus On : Connecticut, NYC Metro/Long Island, extreme Eastern NY, Southern Mass, Rhode Island. (Entire Northeast US for significant weather events and some little tid bits on the Nation as a whole)Forecast Release Timing : Short Term (every 24 to 48 hours), Mid Term (every 3 to 5 days), Long Term (every 3 to 7 days). Any significant forecast changes will result in updates to any of the terms during any given forecast.Fo...
Updated: 8:59 PM GMT on October 27, 2009
By: ChrisCone, 2:52 AM GMT on August 14, 2009
hey guys check out the GFS, from 240 hours + it's looking like 1938 all over again. So far away though, but this is at least the 5th model run I've seen with a similar scenario. The other general thinking is a Florida landfall and a east coast rain storm... with the outlier being the storm going out to see. Again, this is the tropical wave which just came off the coast of Africa, not TD 2 (now basically a remnant low). Also, the model tracks for all 3 current tropic...
Updated: 2:54 AM GMT on August 14, 2009
By: ChrisCone, 10:14 PM GMT on August 10, 2009
A cluster of strong-to-severe thunderstorms with hail and strong winds is building and making a bee-line for southern New England... they will arrive in western Connecticut in 1 to 2 hours. Again at this point, it looks like a strengthening trend as opposed to weakening... I believe these storms will hold together quite well until they get right near the coast.
Updated: 10:17 PM GMT on August 10, 2009