Will The Cold Stick Around?

Brian IveyNeoweatherLeave a Comment

Where oh where has this cold weather been? Well the pattern has been far different from what most long range atmospheric prognosticators suggested (including us). This is because certain pressure and temperature patterns around the globe have locked in a little (okay, or a lot) off from our thinking. We are getting our cold break for the next week, but … Read More

VIDEO: A look Through April

Brian IveyLong Range Weather, National, Ohio, Seasonal Predictions, Spring PredictionsLeave a Comment

The last few years we have seen some early spring extremes. Sometimes it’s dealing with constant chilly days and dreary skies. Even some very impactful snow events hit. Orrrrr we saw the exact opposite. March and April periods with beautiful sunny days and temperatures surging 30 degrees above average. Above are the temperatures compared to average so far in March … Read More

VIDEO: Erie, PA Snow Record Taken Away

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It might be summer, but snow accumulation amounts in Pennsylvania are being adjusted. This comes several months after Erie received what they thought was the largest snowfall in state history. The National Weather Service out of Cleveland looked into the extreme weather event further and discovered a large discrepancy. There were significant snow amount differences between the official totals at … Read More