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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Major Winter Storm this Weekend!

Posted: January 18, 2019, 10:09 pm by mikem

A major winter storm will be intensifying through the day on Saturday into Saturday night, bringing heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain to the Northeast. Places from Albany, NY to Maine could see 18 - 24 inches of snow, while snow followed by significant icing is possible from Boston, MA to Allentown, PA. Meteorologist Mike Mihalik has more details in this video update...


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What is the Polar Vortex?

Posted: January 8, 2019, 3:48 pm by mikem

In recent years, many media outlets have used the word “polar vortex” to explain arctic cold outbreaks, leaving most believing the phenomenon is a new meteorological discovery. However, this term has actually been used in the weather world for decades, first discussed in the 1950s. Although many have hyped up the vortex... insisting it will "hit" the United States at dates in the future, the polar vortex doesn't really "hit" a location, like say, a hurricane's eye wall does.

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A Look Back at the Weather of 2018

Posted: January 4, 2019, 11:24 am by mpriante
2018 was a wild ride, at least in the weather realm. We rang in the new year with temperatures well below normal, followed by a whirlwind of snowstorms in March and early April across the eastern seaboard. During the summer, a dry pattern across the Western U.S sparked wildfires that lasted well into the fall season, while hurricanes ravaged parts of Florida and the Carolina coastline with flooding rains and damaging wind. We even managed to end the year with an early season snowstorm. Here’s a look at some of the top Weather Events of 2018:

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December 2018: Wet, but not very Snowy

Posted: January 4, 2019, 10:46 am by jsullivan

After a chilly November with multiple rounds of snow across the Midwest, winter largely backed off for most of December. It was a mild and wet first month of meteorological winter, with all major cities finishing well-above normal in the temperature department and also wetter than average.

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December 2018: More Wet than White

Posted: January 4, 2019, 10:21 am by chewitt

It was a relatively warm December despite it being the first meteorological month of winter. Of course, this meant more days warming into the 40s and 50s than the 30s. And while it was not a record breaker in that department, December certainly helped solidify 2018 as one of the wettest years, and in some spots the wettest year on record!

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What is a Forensic Meteorologist?

Posted: December 18, 2018, 11:24 am by tommyelse

According to the Dictionary, the term "forensic" denotes the application of scientific methods, techniques and knowledge to solving legal problems and/or crimes. Did you know that there is such a career as a Forensic Meteorologist, and WeatherWorks, LLC has several Forensic Meteorologists on staff?

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Certified Snowfall Totals Off to Record Start

Posted: November 11, 2018, 10:39 am by ccastellano

Still not ready to get into the winter mood just yet? Well… over parts of the country, winter is already underway. In fact, reports of snowfall have been coming in since the end of September, which translated into quite the busy October. This has resulted in a jam-packed winter season already, with our meteorologists busily cranking out Certified Snowfall Totals® reports.

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October 2018 Northeast Summary

Posted: November 7, 2018, 11:25 am by chewitt

For what is supposed to be the heart of fall, October presented quite a few twists and turns. For starters, summer continued to grapple with the region and even when the pattern finally flipped, rain seemed to persist every few days. Wintry weather was still on the back burner though, as only the interior parts of the Northeast received some of the white stuff. Let’s take a look at how the month panned out.

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WeatherWorks Is Ready For Winter

Posted: November 2, 2018, 11:56 am by seanr

In our 32nd year of operation, we at WeatherWorks eagerly anticipate the upcoming winter season to support the weather-related, decision-making process. Our organization is committed to ensuring the weather aspect of a client's operation runs as smoothly as possible. Effectively communicating weather information is our speciality and our staff of 30 meteorologists are here around the clock to make that happen. We are closely monitoring the weather so that you are able to work during the day and sleep comfortably at night.

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