Brisk, Polar, Cold, Frosty, Freezing, Icy, Subzero, Bitter, Glacial, Siberian Winter Hype

Brian IveyNeoweatherLeave a Comment

Welcome to a post about our favorite super long range prognosticators- that aren’t furry mammals in February.    The Farmers Almanac has plowed their way into the spotlight with their winter forecast. They are predicting a very cold one across most of the United States. “this winter will be filled with so many ups and downs on the thermometer, it … Read More

New Product Names & Improvements

Mark SpencerAnnouncements, Business, Neoweather, Snow & Ice, WinterLeave a Comment

It’s been a busy spring and summer at Neoweather!  We’ve made several changes to our products including product names and added features!  Some of this was based on feedback from our survey that was sent out in the spring.  We’re always looking for ways to improve what we offer and make what we provide meaningful to your business and operation.  … Read More

2018-2019 Winter Forecast

Brian IveySeasonal Predictions, US, Winter PredictionsLeave a Comment

2018-2019 Winter Snowfall

The leaves are falling and the days are getting shorter. Pretty soon the snowflakes and howling winds of Old Man Winter will materialize. The 2018-2019 Winter Forecast is here to show you where the warm, wet, cold, snowy and dry weather is likely. How Did We Do Last Year?             Pretty good! You’ll almost never … Read More

Lake Effect Snow Possible Around Great Lakes

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lake effect snow

What a flip! Summer weather straight to November. Lots of below average temperatures will be common over the next couple weeks. Any warmth will mainly be well out west. Lake effect snow could fire up a couple times over the next several days in the Great Lakes. Any accumulation would not be widespread and mainly contained to grassy surfaces. One … Read More

September 2018-2019 Winter Forecast Update

Brian IveyLong Range Weather, Ohio, Seasonal Predictions, US, Winter PredictionsLeave a Comment

The end of the widespread summer warmth is near and autumn leaves will soon be turning and falling. This must mean that snowflakes aren’t terribly far away. The 2018-2019 Winter Forecast is coming into view. Our last update did not have a ton of specifics. We are still thinking an El Nino pattern will develop for winter. There is still no … 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

2019 Winter Forecast

Brian IveyWinter PredictionsLeave a Comment

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No April Fools – Cold Easter & Month Ahead

Brian IveyNational, Ohio, USLeave a Comment

Hopefully you enjoyed the mild February because winter and spring have gotten all confused across Ohio and much of the nation. Temperatures have been well below average in many spots excluding the Gulf Coast, Texas and the central Plains. Chilly weather looks to continue as “spring” marches on. Easter will be relatively frigid with temperatures around 15 degrees below normal. … Read More