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5 January 2016
Some Cool Weather Images
The lake effect snow machine turned on yesterday as winter finally arrived in the Northeast U.S. There is even snow over the mountains of West Virginia and Virginia as well. Notice the low stratocumulus clouds offshore, which develop when cold dry air moves over the warmer waters of the Atlantic. I forecast here on the Delmarva Peninsula, and I can tell you that forecasting what that cloud deck will do …
1 January 2016
December 2015 Re-writes The Record Books. So Does the Entire Year.
December 2015 is in the record books and it was not just the warmest December on record for much of the Eastern Seaboard, it broke the old records by an amount that’s best described as incredible. This is what happens when you combine the strongest El Nino event on record, with the hottest year on record globally, along with the hottest oceans on record as well. Dr. Michael Mann at …