February 9, 2019 dawned mild and gray, about 39 degrees. But an arctic front moving south from Canada toward Boston supplied sufficient chill and dynamic to turn a 991 millibar low over Virginia at sunrise, into a 979 Low 300 … Continue reading
Upon arrival to NECN 5am, the first email is a note from Weir Lundtsedt, author of Windex and NorLun trough snow set ups. Sent 1:30 this morning. A bit obsessed! In a Good way, thanks Weir. Shown here Tuesday at … Continue reading
Snow began falling in New England Friday Night February 6th, 2015. The anniversary The Blizzard of 1978. Snow was still falling as of press-time Tuesday Morning February 10th. This storm did not even live up to its potential. The low-pressure … Continue reading
We always talk about tide heights, but what does that number mean?
At 11:48 am the astronomical high tide at Boston Massachusetts reaches, 12.3 feet. What is this number in relation to?
Irene is now Cat Three Lashing Acklins Island in The southeast Bahamas. There may be a window of non lethal surf for us Friday/Saturday, that is if you are not too busy Battening Down The Hatches. Or reporting for a News StationContinue reading