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By: JonahWitDaForecast, 3:40 AM GMT on June 18, 2012
Dublin, OH - As a new DCWS year prepares to unfold beginning June 29, the Dublin Coffman Weather Service's Winter Storm Center, Storm Forecasting Center, and Hurricane Center have put out their seasonal forecasts for the remainder of hurricane season from summer through the end of fall, the second half of the tornado season in the fall, and the winter storm season which begins in the very late fall and continues until early spring.Hurricane Season - Near average hur...
By: JonahWitDaForecast, 4:00 AM GMT on June 09, 2012
Well, it's official. Winter Storm Allison, like Tropical Storm Allison before it, has been retired. Allison will not for the foreseeable future be used as a name for any kind of named storm in the US. Speaking of Tropical Storms, 2 of 'em before the season even started! That's somethin' else right there. Should it come to be an active season, know that as with winter storms, the DCWS is YOUR source for news, warnings, statements, and info regarding the latest tropic...
By: JonahWitDaForecast, 4:34 AM GMT on December 29, 2011
WD 5 has passed without fanfare over the past 3 days. snow did not exceed 3 inches of fairly quickly melting snow in most areas. stay tuned for more updates...
By: JonahWitDaForecast, 3:14 AM GMT on December 19, 2011
Breaking news out of the DCWS Winter Storm Center!!!!! Blizzard CARLI has come into forecast and will tear through the historical Dust Bowl region, bringing blizzard conditions, blowing snow, heavy snow, damaging winds, freezing rain, low visibilities, and major road hazards.BLIZZARD WARNINGA BLIZZARD WARNING/WINTER STORM WARNING/WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY HAS BEEN ISSUED.BULLETIN - DCAS ACTIVATION REQUESTEDBLIZZARD CARLI WARNINGDCWS WINTER STORM CENTER DUBLIN OH840 PM...
By: JonahWitDaForecast, 10:03 PM GMT on December 16, 2011
Carli? Carli? CARLI?!?!?!? WHERE ARE YOU?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!The devastating Lv.3 Winter Storm Allison slammed the East Coast just prior to Halloween, and the milder Lv.1 Winter Storm Bill struck Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and Nebraska in early November, but what about the next several names? It is a 105-name list, after all. The answer is... since #WinterStormBill, there has not been a single storm both organized enough and strong enough to meet Winter Storm naming c...