Friday May 29 2020 The heat and humidity have already develop strong and severe storms in our region. More are in the way. This was expected (see my morning report),
Tuesday April 14 2020 Wait! What? Snow Forecast? Yes, that is what I wrote. Is Quarantine the reason for Faith in the April Flakes? There is real possibility that snow
Tuesday Evening Update April 7 2020 Watching a line of storms this evening across the lower Great Lakes, the short range models bring that across southern Pennsylvania and into north
2 PM Tuesday April 7 The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded the severe storm risk to Enhanced for Parts of the Mid West. The primary risk is for large hail
Thursday Evening March 12 2020 This is a quick update on the storm charing our way this evening. It appears on schedule with my prior report. This cluster is across
Tuesday March 10 2020 We are in a spring pattern now. That may be obvious, but important when reviewing computer model guidance when active weather is moving through our region.
Tuesday March 3 2020 Updated at 6:30 PM A strong cold front is holding energy past sunset to produce some circulating storm cells as they enter our area. The forward
Tuesday October 22 2019 You may have noticed the wind increase as the fog and drizzle dispersed mid day. This is just a lull before the showers and bands of
12 PM Friday August 23 A day with steady rain and cooler air is just what the doctor ordered. Well, my doctor did for my sanity, but you may disagree.
Tuesday August 20 2019 A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for much of our area until 9 PM. The National Weather Service has issued this for counties WEST of