Entries by Steven Copertino

Cooler Conditions Finally Take Over, But Will They Last?

Good Evening!  A cold front moved through sections of the Northeast late last night, bringing areas of showers, gusty winds, and more importantly a sizable airmass change. Within a period of only a few hours, the cold front knocked us into more autumnal conditions, with dewpoints dropping from the unusually high low to middle 60’s, […]

Tropical Depression Sixteen Forms Off the Coast of Nicaragua, Likely to Strengthen

Good Evening!  The active hurricane season of 2017 continues on with yet another system developing, this time down near Nicaragua. Around two weeks ago, we highlighted that there was at least a moderate chance that the increased thunderstorm activity, below-average wind shear, and above normal sea surface temperatures would lead to some kind of tropical […]