Let’s cut straight to the point here: Our forecast snowfall amounts in and around New York City were too high. Our snowfall forecast, which by the night before the storm had settled into the 15-18″ range for the metro area, ended up too high by 8-10″, which as you may assume is a much larger spread […]
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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.
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A powerful Nor’Easter is expected to develop off the coast of Mid Atlantic late Monday Night, strengthening and moving to a position southeast of Long Island on Tuesday. Bands of extremely heavy snowfall are expected to rotate inland from the strong storm system, impacting a large majority of the Northeast United States from Washington, DC to […]
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Four months have gone by since we first began tracking the potential for snow and cold in November. The best atmospheric weather pattern for significant snow chose not to arrive until the middle part of March. Yet, here we are, tracking the potential for a tremendous storm system to impact the Northeast United States early next week. […]