Friday Afternoon Weather Update On Winter Blast

Brian IveyOhio, USLeave a Comment

2:30 Radar

We are seeing all types of precipitation just as expected across the Buckeye State. There is rain, changing to a mix of everything else. I write this with a freezing rain/ snow mix blowing past my window with 20 mph winds. Southern and central Ohio is still on the milder side at 2:30pm with the Arctic air getting closer and closer. This … Read More

TORNADO WATCH Across Parts of Ohio & Pennsylvania

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

A strong line of thunderstorms is currently developing across eastern Ohio,  racing quickly into western Pennsylvania this afternoon.  A TORNADO WATCH is in effect until 7 PM EDT for far Eastern Ohio,  Western Pennsylvania,  and northern West Virginia.  Damaging winds will be the main threat but the threat for tornadoes will also exist as a strong cold front moves through … Read More

June Warmth Surging Into The Northeast

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Just a few days removed from a blast of cold and even some snowflakes it now appears an above average temperature pattern is latching on. Gradually warmth the last few days will allow temperatures to peak through the beginning of the week. Well above average highs will make it feel like it’s after Memorial Day. Many temperatures are going to … Read More

Heavy Snow, Wind Continues in the Northeast US

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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

Snow to Slow Travel from Midwest to Big East Coast Cities

Brian IveyMidwest, National, Northeast, Ohio, USLeave a Comment

Rain, warm temperatures and severe weather will be kicked out by a cold front that will move across the Midwest, Tennessee Valley and East during by Wednesday. This will set the stage for colder weather and our next snowy system. The system is currently out in the Northwest bringing accumulating snow to Idaho. The express train of systems coming through … Read More

Feet of Snow Buries Portions of Upstate New York

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Jumping into 6 FEET of fresh snow in Redfield, NY @MollyTott @weatherchannel #NYwx #ThatFormTho — 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

Cold and Snow-A-Plenty

Brian IveyMichigan, National, Ohio, Ohio Valley, US, Weather NewsLeave a Comment

We have gone through the last few days of above normal temperatures across the Great Lakes. However, a much different picture will be painted as we head through the next few days. For the Great Lakes this Winter season so far, much of the Great Lakes remains unfrozen. When one combines that with much colder air flowing over the open … Read More

Cold To Spread Into The Northeast

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A strong low pressure system has brought a tremendous temperature gradient across much of the United States on Saturday. Temperatures varied upwards of 30 degrees within just a 100 miles due to a very potent cold front. Places in the lower Ohio and Tennessee Valley’s saw tornado watches and severe storms, while winter weather advisories were just to the north. … Read More