Let us help you AFTER the storm

Posted: February 9, 2017, 12:46 pm by nmarguccio

You just finished plowing for the day. You’re tired, but you flick on the news anyway to see the snowfall totals that were reported. Well to your surprise, the news said 8 inches fell, you measured 9 inches, but a guy on Facebook said he had 10 inches all in the same town! What gives?

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Weather and the Air We Breathe

Posted: June 26, 2017, 5:27 pm by nwiles

Before we walk outside, most of us tend to be fairly cognizant of whether we need to bring a jacket to work or if we can get away with shorts for just one more day, but what we usually fail to acknowledge is the type of air quality that we may encounter just beyond our doorstep. Most of us don’t realize that a hot summer day may not only require some extra fluids and a few breaks from the scorching heat, but we may also need to take the time to remove ourselves from the outside environment.

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Summertime Troughs Are Your Friend!!

Posted: June 26, 2017, 2:21 am by bmiller

After a bout of severe weather this past weekend (which included two confirmed tornadoes in New Jersey), we have a much quieter weather pattern up and down I-95 this week. Although another cold front will sweep across the area later today, we're not expecting much with it other than a few spotty showers in hilly areas northwest off I-95. This front will lend to a deep upper air trough and below normal temperatures through midweek. As we have mentioned before, a trough in the summer usually brings comfortable, dry weather, so typically they are welcomed.

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Cool and Wet Pattern Dominates May 2017

Posted: June 13, 2017, 8:51 am by chewitt

Spring felt as if it would never leave us in May 2017, despite it being the last month of the season. As a result, those wanting warm weather and early signs of summer only got their wish for a few days.

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A Cool and Active Month of May

Posted: May 27, 2017, 2:01 pm by ccastellano

The ups and downs continued into the month of May, which followed a relatively cool March and another warmer than average month in April. May came in back on the downswing, and not only turned out on the cooler-than-average side, but was also fairly active in terms of rain and severe weather.

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Warm and Cold Fronts

Posted: May 26, 2017, 12:39 pm by mikem

If you are a regular viewer of weather broadcasts, you’ve probably heard from the TV meteorologist: “overcast conditions are expected as a warm front approaches from the south.” Or: “showers and thunderstorms will occur today as a cold front slides through the region.” Usually, when a front approaches, cloudy skies along with precipitation are associated with it. But what makes these weather fronts tick?

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I Wish I had This as a Former Landscaper

Posted: May 20, 2017, 8:01 am by mikem

It was sometime in June 2007, I (Mike Mihalik) was a crew leader for a landscaping company in eastern Pennsylvania. I was riding my Exmark Lazer Z (which I preferred, hopefully Exmark appreciates my plug...LOL) mowing a large multiple warehouse account. Dark clouds were building in the distance and I began becoming concerned about finishing my job and if my crew was safe from lightning. Of course I had a meteorology degree, but I wasn't following the weather pattern closely at the time. If only I could call someone to get a briefing on the current weather situation...

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April 2017: Snow to Summer-Like Heat

Posted: May 10, 2017, 10:15 am by chewitt

For those who did not enjoy the cold spells that March brought, April provided some relief as warmer weather made a comeback. Wintry weather from the end of March did spill into the beginning of the month, however, but this was the last major winter storm to affect the Northeast. And while New England dealt with snow, sleet, and freezing rain, the rest of the region experienced mostly rain. In the end, April ended up 3 – 6 degrees above normal with quite a few warm-ups, especially during the second and third week.

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A Warm and Rain-Soaked April

Posted: May 5, 2017, 11:33 am by ccastellano

The run of well-above normal average temperatures was slowed in March courtesy of more frequent cold spells and even the re-emergence of snow. Once again, however, this was fairly short lived, as the warmer pattern roared back for the meteorological spring’s second month, April. In terms of the old adage “April showers bring May flowers,” there was certainly plenty of rain to go around in what turned out to be an active month as well.

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Why Hire A Forensic Meteorologist?

Posted: April 15, 2017, 10:33 am by cspeciale

 

WeatherWorks Forensic Meteorologist Matthew Potter studies weather data for a slip-and-fall case.

 

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