Entries by Steven Copertino

Public Analysis: Remnants of Cindy Likely to Bring Heavy Rain, Seasonable Conditions Return Next Week

Good Afternoon and Happy Friday!  Getting right into things, earlier this week we highlighted the potential for some heavy rain associated with the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy, which made landfall along the Texas coastline early Thursday morning. At that time, we stated that there were two scenarios that were likely to play out, one […]

Public Analysis: Unsettled Conditions Continue, Keeping An Eye on Tropical Storm Cindy

Good Evening!  As discussed back on Monday, some residual moisture and weak instability worked its way into the area during the morning and afternoon hours, and when coupled with some forcing just to our northeast, we saw scattered showers and thunderstorms develop across much of the region. These showers and thunderstorms had some decent dynamics […]

Public Analysis: Severe Thunderstorms Ending This Evening, More Unsettled Weather Possible

Good Evening!  Over the past few hours or so we have seen the development of multiple rounds of strong to locally severe thunderstorms over much of the Northeast. These storms formed just ahead of a cold front located over portions of central Pennsylvania, with moderate to strong instability ahead of this front as well as […]

Public Analysis: Seasonable Temperatures Return, Turning Unsettled Once Again

Good Evening!  Though high temperatures this afternoon were not quite as oppressive and did not reach the 90 degree mark to continue to the heat wave, it was still a few degrees above normal across the majority of the region which helped to keep that summer feel around for another day. The theme of much-above […]