Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Weather or Not

If you have not been enjoying the last few days, the forecast will be brightening up from Wednesday, right through next weekend. In fact, 80 degrees is possible by Sunday!

Monday, September 5, 2011

Your Labor Day forecast

Clouds will dominate your Monday...
However, it appears as though the rain will hold off until at least after 4pm for NY/NJ metro area... so get "fired up" and get those barbecues in --

Friday, September 2, 2011

Tropical Update

From the storm desk --  Tropical storm Lee will be a top news story along the Gulf coast through the weekend. Louisiana appears to to have the highest threat from flooding, as the center of Lee will be closest to that state, with New Orleans  far below sea level, making residents highly susceptible to storm surge.

The northeast will have a pretty good weather forecast for Saturday and Sunday -- with a 30% chance of rain.  By Labor Day -- rain chances increase past 50%, especially by late afternoon.

Elsewhere -- the focus in the Atlantic remains on Hurricane Katia. Weather models continue to show its position to be about 200 miles off the East coast by late next week-- anywhere from Florida to NewEngland -- as is typical this far out. This will be monitored in the coming days.

Questions and comments are welcome.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

From the weather desk -- newly formed tropical depression 13 is likely to become tropical storm Lee over the next 24-48 hours. It will become a threat to the Gulf Coast, with flooding rainfall amounts reaching 10-20 inches from Louisiana to the Panhadle of Florida.
Another tropical system -- Katia -- will move across the Atlantic throught the holiday weekend.. Weather models -- despite low accuracy for a 7-10 forecast, are continuing to depict a "threat" anywhere from Bermuda to residents along the East coast.
Updates will continue to be issued -- primarily for Katia -- over the next several days.

Comments and quesions are welcome.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Welcome to the WeatherTango

It's weather. It's tango. It's Weather Tango. More in terms of introduction later on - right now we got a hurricane to track!