Entries by Steven Copertino

Public Analysis: Warm End To the Week, Unusual Spring Pattern Setting Up

Good afternoon! After the dreary and cool weather we’ve been stuck in for the past few days due to the large and sluggish cut-off low pressure system earlier this week, conditions have finally improved rather markedly this afternoon. With clear skies, light westerly/southwesterly winds, and warm mid-level temperatures have allowed highs to reach into the […]

Public Analysis: Warm End To the Week, Turning Unsettled Once Again

Good Afternoon! Things are finally clearing up after the cut-off low pressure system that we talked about on Monday came through the region most of the day yesterday. As stated in the earlier outlook, the precipitation was more on the scattered, but heavier side, so some locations did indeed see higher rainfall totals than other […]

Public Analysis: Cut-off Low Woes, Possible Clearing Late Week?

Good afternoon! The cutoff low that we talked about late last week has indeed trended a bit closer to the coast, which means more significant/prolonged impacts than previously thought, as model guidance has trended towards a weaker and more progressive area of high pressure during the past few days. Overall, this means that the threat […]

Public Analysis: Cool and Damp Friday, Coastal Cut-Off Next Week?

Good afternoon and Happy Friday! Today has been another unsettled and damp day as rather thick cloud cover and some associated showers have worked their way through the region late last night and into the morning. This was due largely in part from a retreating back door cold front, or a cold front that sinks […]