Snow is on the way to NYC again, but not THIS much… February 11, 2006 – The Big Apple got some Big Snow, a record one-day total of 26.9 inches in Central Park. Snowfall records were also broken in Philly and Allentown, Pennsylvania, Bridgeport and Hartford, Connecticut, Newark, New Jersey, and Worchester and Boston, Massachusetts. […]
Here’s the updated chart on the coastal storm. The highest winds are expected between around 4 pm and midnight today. These winds could blow down trees and limbs weakened from Sandy, resulting in additional power outages. Wet snow, occasionally mixed with sleet, freezing rain and rain is expected from northern Virginia north into New England, […]
I wrote a few weeks ago about how SkyNews in England contacted me to rep Indiana as part of their US Election iPad App. Me & 49 other schmoes. Thanks to Jeff Robinson & Kenny Brown at Visit Indy for shooting and editing the video, which is now on its way across the Pond. Cheerio!
Hot, hot, hot, hot stuff! (I actually Googled Donna Summer to make sure I had the right amount of “hot.”) Highs returned to the 80s yesterday, and should stay there for the next week. Temperatures will jump this weekend, but I’ve backed off the 90 degree forecast for Sunday. There are some hints that clouds […]
A FREEZE WATCH is up for 4-8am Monday morning. It’ll be close with lows expected right in the mid 30’s, maybe a little closer to freezing north of Indianapolis. Sunday doesn’t start quite as chilly, but it will still be below average today with respect to high temperatures. There’s a sunshine squeeze play for Indiana […]
The IndyStar is doing a Live Chat with Colts beat writer Phil Wilson from Lucas. You can see the feed below, but to fully interact, click here and join in! [cetsEmbedRSS id=http://rss.coveritlive.com/rss.php?altcast_code=cd435acfd8 itemcount=20 itemauthor=1 itemdate=1 itemcontent=1] The STAR says: Phil B will relay texts sent to him during the game from […]
This satellite shot of the weekend nor’easter is more impressive than any I saw of the much-covered Hurricane Irene earlier this year. Nor’easters may produce eye-like features, and they move up the East Coast, but they are non-tropical. They are cold-core low-pressure systems, meaning that they thrive on cold air. They are called “nor’easter” because […]
Irene moves into New York and New England Sunday. Get the latest position and forecast maps and advisories by clicking here. How are average people documenting the storm? Click here for a constantly updated gallery of user pictures.
Low pressure out of the Gulf of Mexico that brought flooding rains to Georgia, South Carolina, and flooding in Florida has re-developed in the Carolinas. This new massive Atlantic storm will continue to strengthen today and bring dangerous heavy snow and even white-out conditions from the Virginias to Washington, DC to Philadelphia to New York […]