All posts by Jack Sillin

I’m a third-year atmospheric science student at Cornell University who has been blogging about the weather since 2011. While I’m not officially a meteorologist, I have accumulated a bit of experience forecasting both local weather (in western Maine and New Hampshire) as well as national/international weather during my time writing for and I also have experience programming in Python, teaching concepts in weather forecasting, and communicating forecast information to general audiences.

Storm updates

As I look at the models again I see that the storm tomorrow will be a little bigger than origionally thought. Not by much but this one will at least have some small accumulations. By small I mean >1-1 inch at the coast with 1-3 in the foothills and 2-4 in the larger mountains.

It looks like the storm previosly predicted to hit this weekend will stay out to sea.

Stay tuned