Video: More Cold, Clipper Systems and Lake Snow

Brian IveyNationalLeave a Comment

The active weather pattern dominated by a cold northwest flow just keeps on ticking. Alberta Clipper systems and troughs of low pressure will traverse across the Midwest, Great Lakes and into the Northeast the next several days. There will likely be some significant lake effect snow as a reinforcing shot of cold air moves in Tuesday. If you live downwind … Read More

Wild Weather: Lots of Ups & Downs, Anything Goes

Mark SpencerMichigan, Midwest, National, Ohio, Ohio Valley, US, Weather NewsLeave a Comment

Autumn is a transition season and we’re certainly struggling with the transition to winter.  We’ve talked in past articles about blocking and colder weather arriving just in time for Thanksgiving and that looks to hold true.  What’s not so certain is whether or not any snow will accompany that colder air around the busiest travel time of the year.   … Read More

36 Hour Outlook for Ohio: Slight warming and Winter Weather

Brian IveyOhio, Weather NewsLeave a Comment

Some good news for those who don’t prefer cold temperatures; Ohio is expected to see a weak warming trend over the next 36 hours. However, still dress very warmly with these slightly warmer conditions, because Wednesday is looking to be rather windy. These gustier conditions are expected to be seen from the central to northern Ohio following along the leading edge … Read More

Feet of Snow Buries Portions of Upstate New York

Mark SpencerInteresting Wx, National, NortheastLeave a Comment

Jumping into 6 FEET of fresh snow in Redfield, NY @MollyTott @weatherchannel #NYwx #ThatFormTho pic.twitter.com/CC88iMXQad — Luke Culver (@LukeCulverWx) February 4, 2017 A significant lake-effect snow event hit portions of the Tug Hill plateau located in Upstate New York late last week and this weekend. After snow finally came to an end Saturday, some areas picked up over 6 FEET … Read More