Hello. I'm just a person who loves weather. I live in York County, PA and have 2 brothers... neither of which like weather ha :)
By: Doppler22, 9:58 PM GMT on May 04, 2014
A bit late on this but I have been quite busy with some things. This past Winter was very exciting and to a certain extent, tiring. Many people here in York, Pennsylvania were quite over with Winter by February. Here is just a quick recap of Winter in my area:::::::
Total Accumulation: About 72"
Snowiest Month: February (33")
Estimated Days with snowfall: Around 30
Strongest Storm: Winter Storm Pax, 21" (February 13th)
By: Doppler22, 5:11 PM GMT on August 31, 2013
Invest 96L is located off the coast of Africa. It is being given a 40% chance of developing in the next 2 days and the same percentage for their 5 day outlook. The NHC mentions that it is heading in the direction of a hostile environment. I personally don't see 96L developing in the short term but some models take 96L northwards and then loops it back south. We'll see what happens if that is the case.
Models for 96L
Updated: 5:13 PM GMT on August 31, 2013
By: Doppler22, 4:31 PM GMT on August 20, 2013
What "caused" my passion of weather?
Well, I attribute my passion of weather to three things.
I was told a story when I was young about how when my mother was pregnant with my older brother my area was hit by a tornado. She said she was driving along a road and when she got over a hill she could see it coming towards her. She quickly pulled over and took cover inside a Church. She was fine and it was most likely just an...
By: Doppler22, 8:09 PM GMT on August 14, 2013
As you probably know, invest 92L is located North of Honduras and East of Belize. Some models are insane with this storm taking it to the S. Texas border as a strong hurricane. Other models keep it fairly weak and towards the Northern Gulf Coast. I believe the later of the two will happen. I believe that while a storm most likely will form, it should stay fairly weak and move to the Northern Gulf Coast. However, do not discount this storm. Because I also believe tha...
Updated: 8:11 PM GMT on August 14, 2013
By: Doppler22, 5:18 PM GMT on June 10, 2013
Hello everyone. This is a quick summary of the largest tornado outbreak in PA history.
On May 31st, 1985, a string of deadly tornadoes slams into Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and Ontario. About 88 people were killed and over 1,000 were injured. It did a total of $450 million dollars in damage.
There were 23 tornadoes in total; nine of which killed people. Pennsylvania was hardest hit, with 21 of the 23 tornadoes going through the state killing ...
Updated: 5:24 PM GMT on June 10, 2013