For those you who reside across Northern and Central Arizona, here is an important graphic for your upcoming forecast over 24 to 36 hours! Follow this page for the latest on this developing situation!
An important and relevant post to those who follow the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City, Utah for their daily forecasts! A major winter storm will likely dump 12+ inches of snowfall across Southern/Central Utah during tomorrow!
Some very impressive snowfall depths are being observed across much of Southern and Eastern Turkey! This post is courtesy of the Turkish State Meteorological Service prior to being re-shared by Severe Weather Turkey!
As far as mammatus clouds are concerned, it doesn't get much better than this! These mammatus clouds were observed yesterday down in Rio Grande de Sul, Brazil near storms persisting across parts of Eastern South America earlier today!
For those of you who are enthusiastic about the tropics, here is a post you are sure to love courtesy of Hurricane Analytics! It is a time-lapsed point map for the 2015 hurricane season! Enjoy!
Here is a neat and educational post courtesy of the National Weather Service office in Boise, Idaho! The topic at-hand is the influence of atmospheric rivers which is a very influential part of heavy rainfall!
Here is a relevant post from the National Weather Service office in Cheyenne, Wyoming concerning the approaching threat for strong winds and heavy rain courtesy of a strong low pressure system moving towards the coast!
Here is a neat post that explains how this recent Blizzard of 2016 was ranked according to the NESIS scale created by Paul Kocin and Dr. Louis Uccellini! https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/snow-and-ice/rsi/nesis
Here is a gorgeous shot of a storm force low which has deepened to 972 hPa and is currently generating gale-force winds across South-Central Alaska! This post is courtesy of the NOAA NWS Ocean Prediction Center office!
A stationary front still lingers across south Florida this morning. Add abundant tropical moisture and a nearby very strong jet stream and more heavy showers and thunderstorms are in the offing. Additional rainfall totals could reach or exceed three inches…To read the full story, click here - http://www.weatherworks.com/lifelong-learning-blog/?p=730
Here is a really neat post (courtesy of the National Weather Service office in Upton, NY about this morning across part of Long Island, NY yesterday morning! It's certainly too common to see something like this take place in a coastal region!
Flood Advisory in effect for parts of Collier County, FL until 215 p.m. E.S.T. today…To read the full story, click here - http://www.weatherworks.com/lifelong-learning-blog/?p=727
A quasi-stationary front to the north of Naples, FL will be hanging around Florida at least until Thursday evening (Jan. 28, 2016). To the north and south of this frontal boundary, periods of rain, locally heavy…To read the full story, click here - http://www.weatherworks.com/lifelong-learning-blog/?p=724
The National Weather Service (NWS) has advised that all of south Florida is under the risk of some severe weather and heavy rainfall on Wednesday, possibly extending into Thursday…To read the full story, click here - http://www.weatherworks.com/lifelong-learning-blog/?p=720
Here is a great post courtesy of the National Weather Service Eastern Region Headquarters office which details a full breakdown on snowfall totals across more than a dozen states!
WEATHERTORIAL (my opinions and my opinions only)
As this past weekend’s winter storm exits the mid-Atlantic region and the dig out begins, I caught the following on the main National Weather Service web page (Jan. 25. 2016):
Tranquil Weather Returns To The East While Accumulating Snowfall Moves Into The Plains, Upper Midwest and Great Lakes
High pressure will return to the east coast following the historic winter storm that dumped record snowfall. Low pressure over the central U.S will bring accumulating snow and some ice to the central and northern Plains, Upper Midwest, and the Great Lakes. Travel may become hazardous by later Monday into Tuesday. Read More...
This put into perspective something that I have known for a long time...To read the full story, click here - http://www.weatherworks.com/lifelong-learning-blog/?p=716
Here is a neat graphical comparison of the 1996 Blizzard vs. the recent 2016 Blizzard! This graphic is courtesy of the National Weather Service office in Binghamton, NY! Very neat to see the variable snowfall totals within these two winter storms!
A neat post courtesy of Meteorologist Greg Carbin from the Storm Prediction Center which broke down the number of blizzard criteria hours at several major reporting locations! Neat to see the overall spread!
Here is just an awesome high-resolution infrared satellite loop with surface obs. over 48 hours of this Blizzard of 2016! This imagery is courtesy of the University of Wisconsin CIMSS satellite division!
Here is just an awesome view of the last parts of this latest Blizzard of 2016 from space as it began departing the Northeast corridor! This image is courtesy of NASA!
Here is a neat video courtesy of the Greenville-Spartanburg National Weather Service office which captures a time-lapse video 40" of fresh snowfall accumulations in just 23 seconds in central Virginia!
Just an awesome complete radar-based evolution of this recently concluded Blizzard of 2016! This radar loop is courtesy of Meteorologist Anthony Sagliani! And now the widespread dig out begins in earnest tomorrow morning for everyone!
A quick and important update from the National Weather Service office in Upton, NY! The primary remaining snow bands which are still dumping snow are showing signs of slowing moving east!
Here is a truly majestic view of the recent evolution of this ongoing Blizzard of 2016 courtesy of Eric Blake (Hurricane Specialist at the National Hurricane Center). Note the gorgeous and classic comma-head structure to this low pressure system!