Contact Us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right. 

         

123 Street Avenue, City Town, 99999

(123) 555-6789

email@address.com

 

You can set your address, phone number, email and site description in the settings tab.
Link to read me page with more information.

backlit-stratus-clouds-2013-04-05.jpg

Blog

Weather forecasting and analysis, space and historic events, climate information

Filtering by Category: NYC

7:00 AM | *A couple more rain chances are on the way*

Paul Dorian

A cold front crossed the region late yesterday and ushered in cooler air for the mid-week with high temperatures likely to be in the upper 50's later this afternoon compared to the 70’s on Tuesday. After a decent day on Thursday, another frontal system will head our way on Friday and there will likely be another round of showers and possible thunderstorms on Friday night which should be followed by high pressure for Saturday and then more rain is likely from later Sunday into early Monday.

Read More

7:00 AM | *Cold frontal passage later today with possible strong thunderstorms...ushers in colder air for the mid-week*

Paul Dorian

A cold front will cross the region later today and there is the chance for a round of showers and thunderstorms during the late afternoon hours - some of the storms can be on the strong side. The frontal passage will usher in colder air for late tonight and Wednesday with high temperatures likely to drop from the 60’s today to the 50’s tomorrow. Another frontal system will arrive late Friday and there will likely be another round of showers and thunderstorms to end the work week which should be followed by high pressure for Saturday, but then more rain is likely on Sunday.

Read More

7:00 AM | *A very warm couple of days to start the new week*

Paul Dorian

After a decent and mild weekend, it'll turn even warmer as we begin the new work week with some sunshine afternoon highs well up in the 70's. There can be a shower or thunderstorm later today, tonight and on Tuesday, but much of the time will be rain-free. A cold front will usher in cooler air for the mid-week and then another system could bring us more rain by late Friday or Friday night.

Read More

7:00 AM | *Squeezing out a pretty decent weekend in between two systems*

Paul Dorian

High pressure is pushing off the coast this morning and a slow-moving low pressure system will impact the region with some rainfall from later this morning into the late night and it’ll be noticeably colder as we close out the work week. This late week system looks like it will get out of here just in time to squeeze out a pretty decent-looking mainly dry and noticeably milder weekend before another system impacts the region early next week. It’ll stay quite mild on Monday and Tuesday and the combination of a warm front and a cold front will likely result in occasional showers on both days and perhaps a few thunderstorms mixed in as well.

Read More

7:00 AM | *An unsettled end to the week with showers on the way and cooler conditions*

Paul Dorian

A slow-moving low pressure system will impact the region with some rainfall from early Friday into early Saturday and it’ll get noticeably cooler as we close out the work week. The late week system looks like it will get out of here in time to squeeze out a pretty decent weekend before another system produces more rain in the area from later Sunday night into Tuesday.

Read More

10:20 AM | *More cold shots are quite likely in the eastern US as we progress through the month of April*

Paul Dorian

The month of April began with a colder-than-normal air mass in the eastern US and it looks like we’ll have additional cold air outbreaks over the next couple of weeks or so.  Teleconnection indices such as the Arctic Oscillation (AO) and North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) both signal a sharp drop in coming days to negative territory which typically results in the penetration of cold air outbreaks from central Canada into the eastern US.  Medium-range forecast maps of 500 mb height anomalies support this notion of additional cold air outbreaks as we progress through the month of April with “high-latitude blocking” in evidence over northern Canada and Greenland.

Read More

7:00 AM | *Windy today with gusts past 40 mph...milder conditions follow departure of ocean storm*

Paul Dorian

Strong low pressure over the western Atlantic will push to the northeast today and our winds will pick up in intensity with gusts past 40 mph possible during the mid-day and afternoon hours. With the return of the sunshine, temperatures should climb to 60+ degrees this afternoon, but the wind will make it feel somewhat cooler. Another low pressure system will impact the region with showers on Thursday night and rain on Friday/Friday night. The late week storm system is likely to get out of here in time for us to squeeze out a pretty decent weekend before another system threatens us with rain by Sunday night or Monday.

Read More

7:00 AM | *Low pressure intensifies rapidly later today along the Southeast US coastline...to skirt the I-95 corridor*

Paul Dorian

Low pressure will intensify rapidly later today along the Southeast US coastline and then make a push to the northeast over the western Atlantic Ocean. Its main impact will be just to the south and east of here, but showers are likely here later tonight. Another low pressure system will impact the region later in the week with more rainfall - and possibly snow mixed in at times - as a warm front arrives on Thursday night and then a cold front on Friday.

Read More

2:55 PM (Monday) | *Another early spring night with below-freezing low temperatures…nor’easter forms on Tuesday and likely just skirts the Mid-Atlantic’s I-95 corridor*

Paul Dorian

After a spring tease on Saturday with temperatures in the 70’s, a strong cold frontal passage on Sunday ushered in a cold air mass for this time of year and it looks like another early spring night is coming to the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor with low temperatures generally below-freezing.  On Tuesday, low pressure will form and intensify along the Southeast US coastline and then it’ll make a push to the northeast tomorrow night and early Wednesday as a full-fledged nor’easter.  The corridor between DC and NYC is likely to be spared the worst of the storm’s impact, but eastern New England could very well get hard hit with strong winds and some heavy precipitation.

Read More

6:00 AM | *April begins on the chilly side*

Paul Dorian

Another shot of cold air has pushed into the Mid-Atlantic region from central Canada and we’ll stay colder-than-normal for the next couple days as we begin the new month of April. Low pressure will intensify off the Carolina coastline by late tomorrow, but it looks like its main impact will stay just to the east of here as it slides into the western Atlantic. This system, however, still needs to be closely monitored. High pressure will build into the region for much of Wednesday and Thursday and then another low is likely to bring us some rain on Thursday night and Friday.

Read More