Good afternoon, everyone! Much-awaited warm air has finally moved into the Eastern United States, on the heels of a prolonged period of cold. Temperatures today are running well above normal across a widespread area. Meanwhile, a deep trough and associated disturbance moving through the Rockies will eject northward into the Plains States later tonight into […]
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About John Homenuk
John founded New York Metro Weather in July of 2007 as an independent meteorology blog. Since then, with the help of colleagues and friends, the website has expanded to an organization. Now, with over 7 years of experience in the meteorological forecasting field and studies in meteorology and broadcast communication, his dedication, time and effort has been put into continuing to make New York Metro Weather the best source for weather information in the area.
Entries by John Homenuk
Good morning and Happy Friday! We’re excited to introduce our daily briefing posts. Think of these as your “go-to” posts for weather information in the morning, whether you’re sipping a coffee or sitting on the train. Or both. We’ll lay out the important weather information with links and details on what’s ahead. More technical posts […]
In the middle of a winter that seems to continually overproduce at the final buzzer comes another storm system, expected to develop late tonight into early Wednesday morning, that is expected to bring moderate snowfall to much of the Northeast states. It is really quite remarkable how many storm systems have trended more wintry in […]
Welcome to Five Minute Drill, our new segment where we discuss the weather without bias or favoritism on a local, regional, and national scale as the weather suggests. In the week ahead, we’re discussing the movement of bitter cold away from the Northeast states, but the prevalence of a few weak atmospheric disturbances that may […]