New York City could be in for a warmer than average winter, even as parts of Upstate New York get hit with more snow than usual. Forecasters from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Predication Center released an updated winter outlook for the country on Thursday. Meteorologists predicted that La Niña — a global weather pattern influenced by colder temperatures in the Pacific Ocean — … Continue reading NYC could see warmer than average winter, weather models say!!
The coldest air so far this fall is invading a widespread area of the Midwest, South and East, placing millions at risk of frosts and freezes this week as a powerful storm system also brings rounds of snow, rain and gusty winds from the Great Lakes to the Northeast. A strong low-pressure system being tracked by the FOX Forecast Center is responsible for ushering in the widespread … Continue reading Freeze alerts issued for more than 75 million Americans as coldest air of season invades Midwest, South, East
Daunting satellite images show bolts of lightning sparking around the massive, swirling eye of Hurricane Ian — as the “apocalyptic” storm approaches Florida Wednesday after already knocking out power in Cuba. The timelapse by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration came as more than 2.5 million people in the Sunshine State have been urged to evacuate before the eye is expected to hit there late Wednesday. Other … Continue reading Satellite images show ‘apocalyptic’ Hurricane Ian approaching Florida
A quiet August has turned into a busier September with two named disturbances traveling through the Atlantic Ocean. Danielle became the first Atlantic hurricane of the season on Friday after August finished with no named storms for the first time in decades. Hurricane Danielle is harmlessly spinning over the Central Atlantic and is nearly a thousand miles from the nearest landmass. After weakening to a tropical … Continue reading Hurricane Danielle strengthens, Tropical Storm Earl churns in the Atlantic
he Big Apple could get a foot or more of snow this weekend as a powerful nor’easter bears down, but its exact track remains unclear, forecasters said Tuesday. New Yorkers are “likely” to see some accumulation and high winds beginning late Friday into early Saturday, AccuWeather senior meteorologist Adam Douty told The Post. “The key point at this time is there’s going to be a big storm, … Continue reading ‘Big storm’ may rock NYC region with foot of snow or more: forecasters￼
The entire Eastern USA was under a weather siege Sunday as a furious winter storm packing heavy snow, ice, gale-force winds and tornadoes rolled out of the Midwest and continued its unforgiving march across the nation. The impact of the storm varied greatly from neighborhood to neighborhood. Jackson, Mississippi, saw trace amounts of snow early Sunday while 25 miles to the northeast, the hamlet of Goshen Springs was … Continue reading Power outages, flight cancellations, thundersnow: Brutal snow, ice storm slams South￼