Thursday, December 17, 2009
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Right now it looks like temperatures will be too warm for snow on Saturday morning. However, once colder air wraps into the storm, then we will see some snow. This is still a long way out, so a lot can change in the next couple days. Even the slightest shift in the track of this system could have dramatic effects on our weather this weekend!
Sunday, November 8, 2009
The majority of the computer forecasts are in agreement over the next two days and have Ida making landfall along the Alabama/Florida coast. Afterwards, the forecast gets difficult for late Tuesday and into Wednesday.
The remnants could drift over us and bring the potential for heavy rain OR the remnants could get deflected into the Atlantic Ocean and we will only see a few showers. I'm expecting something in between the two extremes with rain possible Tuesday evening then on-and-off through Wednesday.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
It will be a close call again on Friday night. We will get a quick blast of cold air.
High pressure will then settle in and provide perfect ingredients for a cold night: clear skies and calm winds.
I'm expecting at least a few areas to drop into the lower 30s with frost likely for almost everyone.
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Monday, July 13, 2009
Right when things started to settle, one last storm erupted over the metro Richmond area. It quickly developed some rotation, so I ended up doing continuous coverage. Here is a quick clip:
Luckily the rotation diminished, however, straight-line winds still caused damage in the West End and also parts of Henrico County.