Thursday, March 31, 2011

3/30/2011 April Fools Day Storm Update

Models are continuing the more inland track, meaning we will be
staying primarily rain. For those that don't want snow, this is for
you... Everyone else, time to hibernate until next winter!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

3/30/2011 April Fools Day Storm

Models overnight and early this morning are still showing a storm, although the track is much closer along the coast, which will usher in warmer temperatures. Being that, areas further to the north and west look to cash in on snow.... and potentially a lot of it. For here, it would be a very cold rain, with a potential for snow to mix in during heavier precipitation with no accumulation.

Thats the story for now, more to come. Plenty of time for this to swing back either way.

Corey Towner

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

03/29/2011 April Fools Day Storm Midday Update

Models were showing increased probabilities of a storm, and a much
snowier look. Still a ways to go, but promising for those that like

GFS model showed a significant winter weather event

Euro Model showed a significant winter weather event

Canadian GGEM model showed a rain to snow event

More To Come!

April Fools Day Storm

Models still showing a threat to the area, and I think at this point, it will waffle between rain and snow. There will be a prior event, which will most likely slide south of the area, but may produce some rain showers Wednesday night and Thursday. Then the attention will be focused on Thursday Night into Friday. There will be a storm, but to say snow or no snow is the question. We will be in April when this occurs, which goes against snow, temperatures will be VERY borderline, which is against snow. What I envision happening is, seeing a rain event, and seeing snow mix in when and if precipitation gets heavy enough. Places in NE PA and NWNJ have a better shot of seeing accumulating snow now, but the next couple of days will be the tell tale sign to see what happens. Stay tuned!

Corey Towner

Monday, March 28, 2011

Back to Snow Storm tracking

Weather models are indicating there is a good chance of a coastal
storm developing for the weekend. There is also a pretty decent threat
that temperatures may be cold enough to produce snow in the area. The
storm is still a couple day away, and a lot can happen, but for now,
I will be tracking it and see where it goes! Stay tuned!

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

56 degrees today, snow tomorrow AM

That's what is being shown this morning. Do not be surprised to wake
up tomorrow and see snow falling out your window. It will have a very
tough time accumulating, fondant expect anything significant, but the
ground could be coated. More to come

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Very Heavy Rains

Are developing in S Jersey and extend due south to south of the Outer
Banks, NC. This rain will train over us for a number of hours and lead
to wide scale flooding!

Tuesday, March 8, 2011


Heads up, it may be time to think about an ark. Models are showing
another round of rain Thursday into Friday which will bring upwards of
2"'in most areas. If that does fall, many small creeks and rivers will
flood. The Delaware will flood; along with other major rivers. More to