Monthly Archives: February 2011

Potentially severe storms followed by cooler weather and a possible return to Winter……

Today we are seeing a line of strong to severe storms traversing the SE US, and currently moving through Northern Georgia. There are reports of significant damage and flooding in areas of Tennessee.  We could potentially see hail, high winds, … Continue reading

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Is Winter finished????

We could see temperatures rise into the low to mid 70’s in some areas this Friday and Saturday, and areas of central Georgia may hit the magical 80 degree mark, as the daylight continues to lengthen and thoughts of flowers … Continue reading

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Here comes sunny and warm!!

Anywhere from a dusting to a few inches of snow fell across many portions of the Southern US yesterday and last night.  Not enough to shut things down, but a beautiful scene for many, as they took a look out … Continue reading

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Snow and cold to be followed by early “false” Spring

All the major computer models began to take away the moisture from our upcoming storm, but as suspected, are now “rounding into form”, as they realize the SW Atlantic Ridge is there, and will cause a developing low pressure system … Continue reading

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Significant Snow on the way…………

The computer models have been on their usual roller coaster ride, concerning the upcoming mid-week storm.  After showing our area getting potentially up to a foot of snow, on the Saturday model runs, they dropped back to near nothing last … Continue reading

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Coldest since 1985 on the way??????(and snow??)

The European, GFS, Ukmet, and Canadian all show the potential for a major southern and east coast snowstorm, ending up as a Nor’Easter for next Wednesday-Friday timeframe.  This event would be what is referred to as a “triple phaser”, where … Continue reading

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Icestorm on the way for portions of the Southeastern US??

You may have noticed that the local NWS forecast for NE Georgia, is gradually decreasing the high temperature for Thursday and Friday. This is in response to a gradual decrease in the surface temperature depicted by the American computer models. … Continue reading

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