All posts by Jack Sillin

I’m Jack Sillin, freshman at NYA, snow-lover, enjoyer of the outdoors, and of course, weather geek. My passion for weather began several years ago when I was about six years old on a series of long plane trips while watching countless hours of The Weather Channel. My skills have evolved rapidly in the past few years from excitedly refreshing the radar on the local TV weather page (I’m still guilty of that from time to time…) to waking early to analyze complex charts and graphs every day to produce a forecast. I’m hoping to pursue a career in the NWS someday. Aside from the weather, I’m a big skier and lover of all things cold and snow. I also like to do many other outdoor activities such as hiking and fishing when the snow is no longer around. I can be reached through twitter @JackSillin and via email at jack.sillin@gmail.com.

Wild temps while little precip

WILD March temperatures with readings peaking over 80 on sunday and a still mild start to the week.Temps Thursday will peak well into the 80s in some inland spots with low 80s at the coast. 70s Tuesday and Wednesday with sun all the way through the week. Friday will feature temps in the 70s.

Stay Tuned!

-JAck

Wild temperatures

30s to start the week then 60s and 50s! The craziest part is that this is March! Heres how the next week stacks out in temperatures-  Fri-47  Sat-37  Sun-52  Mon-61   Tues-63 Wen-47  Thurs-48  Precipitation will occur Tuesday in the form of rain and there is a chance of minor coastal snow Friday night. Accumulations if any should be light.

Stay tuned!

-JAck

Cool start to the week warmer temps by thursday

A cold front swept through last night leaving up to 5″ in the heavy snow bands. This will allow for high pressure and colder temperatures to dominate Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday the high will shift offshore bringing a warm flow with rebounding temps. 50s Wednesday and 60 thursday.

Stay tuned!

-JAck

Mid-Storm update

Heavy snows spreading across the area now in bands bringing good accumulations piling up very efficiently. On that note I will need to update the snow totals for SW ME to 10-16″ due to a more northerly trend in the latest model run. Also need to say that winds have been picking up and will be peaking shortly. Winds will average 20 mph gusts around 30 out of the NE. Peak winds will be found at the coast.

Stay tuned!

-JAck

Snow storm Thursday

A powerful winter storm is preparing to slam the region with heavy snow as well as some wind though the snow will really grab headlines. 8-12″ are expected in Cumberland and York Counties in ME and most of SW NH as well. 3-6″ in northern NH and in ME North to Augusta. 1-3″ in northern ME.

A powerful low will extend a warm front ahead of its move SE under a powerful high. This will bring a good steady snow and efficient accumulation. see other post for more in-depth analysis.

Stay tuned!

-JAck

Thursday snow

Wednesday – Wednesday night – Thursday – Thursday night will show us some winter here where last Fridays storm left us out. The farther south in ME you go the more snow you will get. 1′ is expected south of Auburn with 6″ towards Augusta and 1-3″ anywhere north of that.

A warm front will move north starting precip Wednesday. This front will stall and still produce precip while a upper trough (still binging precip) that will stall as well (still bringing precip) will trigger a secondary low that will partially stall (still bringing precip though this precip will be heavy) and rapidly develop bringing heavy precip. Next, adding to the cauldron of meteorological developments piling up almost as fast as the snow; another upper trough ( still bringing heavy snow) will nudge the existing upper trough, the warm front, and the coastal low into motion. A third upper level trough and a cold front will continue the snow into early Friday morning.

Stay tuned!

-JAck