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By: Drakoen, 6:57 PM GMT en Mayo 28, 2010
As promised my 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast is out!2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season ForecastThis outlook is in PDF format.
Updated: 7:00 PM GMT en Mayo 28, 2010
By: Drakoen, 11:32 PM GMT en Febrero 22, 2010
As much advertised over the past week, a Winter Storm is setting its sights on Texas and portions of the southeast. The RUC 20z analysis reveals are large negative EPO western ridge and to the east of the ridge a strong trough of low pressure with the shortwave energy heading into the four corners region. A pair of low pressure centers at the surface is delivering snow into portions of Arizona and New Mexico. Surface observations and radar imagery shows light snow ...
Updated: 11:54 PM GMT en Febrero 22, 2010
By: Drakoen, 10:33 PM GMT en Febrero 19, 2010
Winter is certainly not over yet and it appears that the stage is being set for a major winter snowstorm across the South and possibly up into the eastern seaboard. Teleconnections of a negative North Atlantic Oscillation, a sharply negative Artic Oscillation, a positive Pacific-North American Pattern, and negative Eastern Pacific Oscillation favors a deep longwave trough over the eastern two thirds of the country and a large Pacific ridge. 500mb anomalies depict Gr...
Updated: 10:53 PM GMT en Febrero 19, 2010
By: Drakoen, 12:53 AM GMT en Febrero 12, 2010
Current Conditions:At the surface, radar imagery from the Dallas-Fort Worth area depicts a large swath of snow with the rain/snow line south of interstate-20 just north Waco and extending eastward towards Big Spring, Texas and westward into the northern Louisiana just south of Shreveport. A band of heavy snow up through Dallas and Fort Worth with rates between near 1in/hr will likely produce an additional 2-4 inches of snow in and around the metroplex; 700mb progs a...
By: Drakoen, 9:31 PM GMT en Agosto 02, 2009
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