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Long Duration Complications
December 9th, 2014 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 1 Comment


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Last week I discussed complications. Nothing has changed since then, life is still complicated. First, it is going to snow Tuesday into Wednesday. And the pieces are in place for it to keep snowing (in the mtns) at least Wednesday night into Thursday. And then likely Thursday into Friday. That's ... ...Read more


Complications
December 5th, 2014 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 1 Comment


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Life is complicated sometimes. This weekend's weather provides no exception to said rule. On Friday a strong disturbance will move out of the American southeast and spread a shield of precipitation into the Northeast. The center of the disturbance will track southwest to northeast through southern NY, Conn and eastern ... ...Read more


Let’s get it started
November 6th, 2014 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 9 Comments


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Let's get it started! As I type this a storm system is dropping out of the great lakes and moving east. The primary center of the low will move into Pennsylvania and then swing through NJ and strengthen upon interaction with the coastal baroclinic zone. This is a similar to the ... ...Read more


Happy Effin Spring.
March 28th, 2014 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 2 Comments


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Spring. A season of renewal. The birds start to chirp. The sun stays out a little longer. The sap starts to run. The pow starts to fly. Oh, you thought spring meant warm weather, jorts and "halter-top" day? Move back to NYC/Boston/Jerz you flatlander. (yes, I'm speaking to myself right ... ...Read more


March of the Storms
March 11th, 2014 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 5 Comments


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On Sunday I wrote about energy ejecting out of the south that had the potential to bring snow to the region. As I wrote that post, the storm track was such that it would only put the North Country in the 4-8" range. However, as I noted the ... ...Read more

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