Posts Tagged North Atlantic Oscillation


One more hurt, then… Update 1/7/16

Yes, we had a cold blast this week, but that’s only part of the transition to what I expect for the heart of the winter from mid-late January thru February. You’re not going to go from record warmth in December to hard core winter without the proverbial two-steps forward, one-step backwards. Unfortunately when a seismic […]

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Winter, Missing in Action! Update 12/11/15

It’s been another brown week here in ilsnow land. I don’t see any real change coming for a while. So, I will give you a thumbnail sketch of what is going to happen for the remainder of December and more important: What needs to happen for winter to FINALLY make a show of force around […]

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Long Range Weather Update 1/24/14

The relative lack of snow for the past three weeks has been very discouraging. There won’t be any significant thaws for at least the next week to 10 days, but I think the pattern will be hostile to the development of a widespread significant snow event for the Adirondacks. Short term: If you want it […]

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