All articles tagged as 'Lake Effect Snow'

January 16th, 2014 | By:  Greg | 13 Comments

Click to read article.

It's a word you've probably heard, and dismissed as being too many syllables to understand: "algorithm." There's no reason to fear however; you know what an algorithm is. I promise. I'll just have to show you that you know before you know you know (trust me, I know). Let's start with ... ...Read more

Red Peaks at Morning, Schussers Start Touring
January 2nd, 2012 | By:  Greg | 2 Comments

Click to read article.

The weather has been tricky recently. Last week a strong low pressure system passed to our west drawing warm air and rain into New England, and ruining the Christmas weekend snow only a few days after it had fallen. As the low departed though, a moist northwest flow setup, and ... ...Read more

Magic Monday: Retrograding Storm and Broad Cyclonic Flow Brings Snows (Updated)
December 6th, 2010 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 14 Comments

Click to read article.

I'll get right to the point since I have neither ripped my pants, nor have any witty introductions prepared . As we speak a large and powerful storm is churning out off the coast of Maine. As I said a week ago, this storm will be forced back towards the west ... ...Read more

Next two weeks to feature winter weather…seriously (Updated).
December 1st, 2010 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 18 Comments

Click to read article.

SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM FOR THE UPDATE You know I was all set to discuss how excited I was for the upcoming period and then I ripped a hole right in the seat of my dress pants. Yep. Caught the pants on a piece of metal sticking out from a door ... ...Read more

POV from VTah Part III: The Most Unreliable Great Snow on Earth
December 14th, 2009 | By:  Allen | Comment

Click to watch.

Here's the video from the TR if that's all your looking for. Otherwise why don't you read the full TR. As was mentioned over there though, this was one of the most unique days any of us have ever had. While Vermont baked all of November, early December brought monumental ... ...Read more

Interested in discovering more topics on F.I.S.? Check out the mystical rotating ball of topics:
Stay in touch: Click here to follow us on Twitter. Click here to subscribe for updates to be delivered via RSS. Click here to become a fan on Facebook. Click here to read and share real time weather observations. Learn more over at the account. It's awesome. We promise!