Major Lake Snow

Brian IveyNeoweatherLeave a Comment

The snow belts downwind of the Great Lakes see heavy snow many times per winter. Open and relatively mild water will be just one of the keys that will make this late February event notable.

Powerful Weekend System: Wind, Snow, Severe Storms

Brian IveyNational, Ohio, USLeave a Comment

MAJOR WEEKEND WIND The storm we are watching for the weekend is making headlines as it moves across the Desert Southwest. Las Vegas has had accumulating snow and places in Arizona like Flagstaff have seen well over a FOOT of the white stuff. This low pressure system will eject northeast and rapidly strengthen by the time it makes it into … Read More

40 Years Ago

Brian IveyInteresting Wx, Ohio, Ohio Valley, US, Weather NewsLeave a Comment

While the weather on this January 26th, 2018 is quiet, a winter storm 40 years ago to this date was wreaking havoc across the Buckeye State. It came to be known as the Blizzard of 1978. We will go back into that time period and describe how the storm impacted Ohio. The day before (January 25th, 1978), there were two … Read More

Anniversary of 1994 Record Cold Outbreak

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Do you remember when temperatures dropped so cold that the house cracked and lights shattered? It’s the 24th anniversary of a very impressive weather event- the 1994 record cold outbreak. Temperatures plummeted to -53 degrees in Amasa, MI. It was Chicago’s coldest week on record. Dozens of people passed away due to hypothermia. The image above shows the widespread nature … Read More

Big Winter Storm Coming This Weekend?

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Could a big snowstorm be heading to the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes? Will Ohio and Michigan see several inches of widespread snow or are these just social media “rumors”? The computer forecast models have gradually came into pretty good agreement now four days out on a potent winter storm that will form somewhere between the Oklahoma Panhandle to the … Read More

East Coast Storm Will Drop Several Inches Of Snow With Strong Winds

Brian IveyNational, USLeave a Comment

For every large storm that affects a large population there is always a national media interest. The latest Nor’Easter is strengthening up the East Coast after producing significant ice and snow in portions of the far Southeast. The storm will remain far enough offshore to prevent widespread blizzard conditions and feet of snow across the Northeast, but New England should … Read More

Deja Vu: Snowstorm Hits New England on Twentieth Anniversary of April Fool’s Blizzard

Mark SpencerNational, Northeast, USLeave a Comment

Much of New England is under a Winter Storm Warning as a late season snowstorm impacts the region. Forecasts are calling for much of Central New England to receive at least a foot of snow. The heaviest amounts are expected mainly in New Hampshire, especially between Concord and Plymouth. As with many late season storms, this one is also producing heavy wind and rain as well … Read More

Heavy Snow, Wind Continues in the Northeast US

Mark SpencerBreaking Stories, National, Northeast, US, Weather NewsLeave a Comment

The biggest storm of the year to affect the eastern United States continues to cause issues along the east coast.  Heavy snow and very strong winds are making travel extremely hazardous and halting air travel at New York’s three major airports.  Some of the larger reliever airports like Trenton,  New Haven,  and Morristown airports are currently closed because of the … Read More