Good evening! Despite a large sea of warmth expected in the next general 7-10 days, there is a quick shot of cold that will be arriving on Saturday, and a storm system may quickly follow. It may just so happen that this storm will arrive just in time to tap into this quick shot of […]
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About Doug Simonian
A recent meteorology graduate from Rutgers University, Doug has studied meteorology and forecasted for the better part of the last 8 years. He joined the forecasting team in 2010.
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Good evening! Now that the latest storm has cleared the area, we can now turn our focus to next week’s potential snow event. While some models still show a potentially impressive coastal low pressure developing, and thus giving the area a significant accumulating snow, there have been plenty of models that are backing off. In […]
Good evening! Our latest video goes into a bit more depth regarding the large storm system for Friday into Saturday. We explain how the low-level jet, high precipitable water values, and instability aloft may all lead to heavy downpours and even thunderstorms on Friday. We also explain how on Friday night and Saturday, cold air will quickly […]
Good evening! Our latest video analysis details the large rainstorm that will be occurring from Thursday night into Friday morning, while also discussing the validity to the colder trends with this storm on Friday night and Saturday. Progressive trends aloft combined with a large Arctic dome of high pressure will lead to a lot of […]