Home of Perspecta Weather with forecasts, blogs, and climate insights from Perspecta meteorologist Paul Dorian.
Mixed signals in terms of the prospects for tropical activity this season
The inside scoop on the weather
Perspecta Weather provides weather forecasts for the Mid-Atlantic region (Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and New York City) and Southeast U.S. (Huntsville, AL and Cape Canaveral, FL). Six-day weather forecasts are available each weekday morning with frequent detailed video discussions to help plan your day and week. Updated afternoon and weekend posts are frequently provided; especially, in times of rapidly changing or severe weather conditions.
In addition to the day-to-day weather forecasts, seasonal outlooks are provided for upcoming winter and tropical seasons with detailed video discussions and blog posts.
Relevant discussions, topics that matter
Climate is always changing and expert interpretations are frequently provided here on important topics including oceanic cycles, global sea ice, and long-term trends of hurricanes, tornadoes, and global temperatures. In addition to the information provided on Earth's dynamic atmosphere and oceans, posts are frequently provided on solar activity which can play a crucial role in our weather and climate.
Make better plans and decisions with better forecasts
Perspecta Weather meteorologists provide highly accurate and tailored forecasts to help you decide when to mow the lawn, prep the snowblower or carry an umbrella. No hype–just the facts and expert opinion on what you can expect during the upcoming week.
Learn about the weather through in-depth video discussions
Detailed video discussions provide insight into what's happening with the weather and why it's happening.
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Twenty-five instructional videos have been made on a variety of meteorological topics including computer forecast models, space weather, and weather's impact on the home run. The videos are designed for a variety of audiences from the seasoned weather forecaster to the general weather enthusiast.