Monthly Archives: July 2014

“Only A Microburst?”

York

I get that question often from viewers who have recently experienced a severe weather outbreak.  “How could this tree damage not be from a tornado?” they’ll often ask.  As much as they might want it to be a tornado (which is a topic for another discussion), most severe thunderstorm damage in Maine is caused by […]

The Independence Day forecast for Maine? Tricky

RPM

A slow moving front and a tropical storm (soon to be hurricane) moving up the eastern seaboard are making for a tricky Independence Day forecast here in Northern New England. Forecast models are coming into better agreement suggesting some weather weather will be with us at some point Friday, Friday night, and/or Saturday morning. The […]