WeatherWorks 2013-14 Winter Forecast an Overall Success

Posted: March 4, 2014, 3:51 pm by ntroiano

Although it has certainly been a busy and arduous year for workers in the snow and ice industry, at least this go around there was fair warning. The complete Winter Outlook issued by WeatherWorks back on October 18, 2013 captured many of the finer details of the forecast with overwhelming accuracy - in terms of both temperature and snowfall departures. Verification or observed conditions during the December 1st through February 28th time period are depicted below for reference.

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Introducing Our Staff, Part 5

Posted: February 25, 2014, 11:02 am by nmarguccio

The next meteorologist that we will spotlight is Sam DeAlba. He is currently an operational meteorologist at WeatherWorks and also is the Director of Forensic and Data Services. If you are looking for any weather data, Sam is your guy. Sam started working at Weatherworks in October of 2009 after interning at the company the year before. He is a guru with Google Earth and Sam was just married this past October. I asked Sam a few questions:

1. Why did you choose your school for meteorology and what did you enjoy most about your college experience?

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Certified Snowfall Totals

Posted: February 20, 2014, 12:22 pm by mikem

(Above) Blizzard of 2013 in Plantsville, CT.

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Remembering the Blizzard of '78

Posted: February 6, 2014, 10:03 am by mmurphy

(Above) The Great blizzard of 1978, looking down Maple Street in Woonsocket, RI. Taken about one week after the storm, when people could finally venture outside. Image credit: Wiki Commons

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Nov. – Jan. 2013: A Busy Start to Winter

Posted: January 31, 2014, 2:14 pm by cspeciale


Now that we have reached the mid - point of the 2013 – 2014 winter season, it is very apparent that we are in the midst of an unusually active and cold winter. In fact, a few places along I -95 have recorded some of their snowiest and coldest winter months ever on record. Let’s take a look back at November through January to learn just how busy Mother Nature has kept the Northeast this winter.

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30 Inch Hype: Don't Believe it!

Posted: January 30, 2014, 4:53 pm by mikem

Over the past few days, many have been asking about a 30 inch blizzard next week. My advice to you, is please don't believe it. Many of these blizzard rumors have roots in amateur weather facebook/twitter pages that just post whichever model produces the most snow. Most of these pages are created by those who do not have a degree in meteorology and just like the weather. Every operational forecaster on our staff (including the social media department) have either bachelor's or master's degrees in meteorology and that's why you will NOT find this storm currently mentioned in our media.

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Top Weather Events of 2013

Posted: January 16, 2014, 5:34 pm by mmurphy

Another whole year of weather has come and gone, and now that 2013 is officially in the books we thought it would be a good time to look back on some of the more extreme weather events. This past year certainly did have its fair share of active weather, not only here in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states, but across the nation and even the world. Below we will highlight some of the most significant weather events of 2013.

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Updated Newsletter Format

Posted: January 16, 2014, 4:22 pm by mikem


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