Archive for October, 2013

Lake Effect Snow Update: October 23rd

Here’s a nice teaser: a snow-dusted car in Morehouse this morning! The latest trends are showing a more westerly flow as opposed to west-northwest flow, which spreads the heavy snow over a greater area through the western Adirondacks. The 12Z MesoNAM is painting a large swath of 3-6 inch snowfall from tonight through Thursday night […]


It’s Snow Time!

Snow cover is exploding over south-central Canada, starting to nose into the northern United States:


Ready, Set, Snow!

Last week, I started talking about a major pattern shift that would bring much colder weather here before the end of October. The proof is always in the pudding and changes are already underway. In layman’s terms: the dominoes are starting to fall! The warmth that has dominated October will begin to give way to […]