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.

New update on weekend storm

I have just looked at the models, which are very split on a track solution for this system. The GFS is putting the storm well to the south of New England. Another model the WRF has it slightly farther north with accumulations of a mere inch. The most potent  solution  is the ECMWF which has a extremely powerful low in the gulf of maine with substantial snow along the coast. We will keep tuning the forecast.

Stay tuned!

-Jack