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

Storm update

The snowy storm expected to hit thursday night is amounting to something. The snow will accumulate to >1″ at the coast with 1-3 in the Maine foot hills and 2-4 on the upslope sides of many maine and New Hampshire. The storm forecasts for sunday are still being tuned. At this point we can expect some rain and wind at this point we can not tell how much.

stay tuned

-Jack

Tropical trouble

The tropics are up to no good again. The only named storm in the atlantic basin is hurricane Rina with 105 mph winds however I think that this is very conservative and it is more likely at cat 3 status with 115 mph winds. Also in the atlantic basin is an area of disturbed weather (97L) the nhc is saying that it has a 20% chance I would put the odds slightly higher at 30%.

Reliably hype-free weather info for Western Maine and New Hampshire from amateur forecaster Jack Sillin

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