Finding the Jackpot Region, Coastal Fronts in Nor’Easters

The Blizzard of 2015 may have been the blizzard that wasn't for those in NYC, but it was still an impressive storm. Towns in my native Massachusetts received up to 35" of snow, and the pictures made me jealous. https://twitter.com/capitalweather/status/562651895119220736 Okay, okay. Not that jealous. I admit I love storms; watching the models, watching the …

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A Quick Thought about the NWS Mt. Holly Apology for the Blizzard of 2015

The Blizzard of 2015 was a serious blizzard that dropped up to 3 feet of snow on portions of New England; closing roads, cancelling flights, and keeping millions of people stuck in their homes. That being said, the storm was not nearly as serious as expected for many people, including those in New York City. …

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How Nor’Easters Form

Good evening everyone, I grew up in New England, an exciting place for a budding meteorologist. The weather is ever-changing with so many types of storms; hurricanes, tornadoes, and blizzards are all possibilities. The most representative of the region is, of course, the nor'easter. Nor'easters like The Blizzard of '78 and the February 2013 Blizzard …

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Did you know? The Nor’Easter Name

Good evening everyone, Now I grew up in Boston, and something you have to deal with in Boston (especially this winter) is nor'easters. Nor'easters are strong winter storms that intensify off the American northeast or mid-Atlantic coastline and deliver strong winds, coastal flooding, and plenty of rain or snow. They are a winter phenomenon, but …

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