Thanksgiving Day update: Possible strong storm developing as Arctic air arrives???

By: Bordonaro, 2:44 PM GMT en Noviembre 21, 2010

* November 21st, 2010 2:01 am CTTropopause folding over the Southwestern US on Thursday may develop a major storm system Thanksgiving Day.The 1,5 PVU surface is the boundary between the troposphere and the stratosphere.Photo: EU Meteorological Link.Computer models hinting at a developing storm system on Thanksgiving as Arctic air pours in North Texas:Thanksgiving Holiday week has begun across Ft Worth, the busiest travel time across the United States.The National We...

Updated: 3:09 PM GMT en Noviembre 21, 2010

Here comes the Polar Vortex

By: Bordonaro, 4:37 PM GMT en Noviembre 20, 2010

"Big Warm" before the "Big Chill" for the Metroplex * November 20th, 2010 12:29 am CTA look at the stark contrast in temperatures across the United States as the Polar front moves southPhoto: NOAA/NCEP Central OperationsUnusually mild late November temperatures in store for North Texas on Saturday-Monday:A very mild weekend is on tap for Ft Worth, as warm southerly winds pump in milder and more humid air northward across Texas, ahead of the "big chill" building i...

Updated: 4:39 PM GMT en Noviembre 20, 2010

Temperature roller-coaster ride for North Texas then the

By: Bordonaro, 4:59 PM GMT en Noviembre 19, 2010

The 12Z GFS model run 11-19-10 for 6AM CST Black Friday has Ft Worth in the "Deep Freeze".Image: NOAA/NCEP Central OperationsNorth Texas weather: Hold on for a wild temperature ride over the next 7 daysNovember in Ft Worth can truly be an adventure weather-wise. We sit in the Southern Plains and as winter approaches, we can have very changeable weather as colder air from Canada begins to sink southward on a frequent basis. As the cooler air retreats, our proximity ...

Updated: 5:21 PM GMT en Noviembre 19, 2010

Possible Polar plunge before Thanksgiving for North Texas??

By: Bordonaro, 12:14 AM GMT en Noviembre 17, 2010

* November 16th, 2010 1:56 am CTMuch colder air will be moving into North Texas next week before Thanksgiving.Photo: Kitsap SunTuesday 11-23-2010 GFS minimum temperatures. Notice the -37 F reading over the Yukon territory/Western British Colombia region:Sneak peek into the Thanksgiving week as Arctic air is expected to spill southward across the eastern two-thirds of the Nation:The National Weather Service office out of Ft Worth and National Weather Service offices ...

Updated: 12:28 AM GMT en Noviembre 17, 2010

Severe WeatherThreat: Fort Worth under the gun on Friday, October 22, 2010

By: Bordonaro, 3:19 AM GMT en Octubre 22, 2010

Link to my daily published article on the Examiner.com, an online-newspaper serving all 50 states and the world. All my published articles are there. I publish for the Ft. Worth Weather Examiner. Please feel free to subscribe to a daily update of comment LinkEvening update from NWS Ft. Worth highlights to increasing severe threat area moving towards DFW.Photo: National Weather Service Forecast office-Ft. Worth, TXAfter a beautiful Tuesday-Thursday weather-wise for N...

Updated: 3:46 AM GMT en Octubre 22, 2010

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I am an avid weather watcher for the last 42 years. Weather has been a love of mine since I was 7. I enjoy watching the Tropics & Severe Weather.

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