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Watching Jose

Now Tropical Storm Jose has almost completed his loop about 500 miles south southwest of Bermuda.  The hurricane apparently likes tequila.  Jose is doing the “Jose Curve-o.” I can’t take credit for that one. It goes to my friend Ed Piotrowski in Myrtle Beach.+ On a more serious note, it’s still looking like Jose with […]

Summer Forecast 2017

This weekend marks the unofficial start to summer, and for many of you, it can’t get here fast enough.  The nearly 100 inches of snow this winter is still fresh in the minds of many, and up to last week, spring hasn’t been kind to  us either. The anticipation of warm summer days , and […]

Patriots Day Storm 10 Years Ago Sunday

Wow time flies.  It seems like just yesterday we were forecasting one of the strongest storms in recent memory. I’m referring to the Patriots Day Storm of 2007, and this Sunday marks the 10 year anniversary. These weather graphics look older to me, but that another story. The storm had many impacts here in Maine […]

Out Like A Lion/ April Fools No Joke

Here we go again.  The forecast remain on track for plowable snow Friday night through Saturday. It unfortunately is not an April fools joke. Timing: Snow develops during the evening Friday. 4PM to 8PM timeframe. Snow will arrive earlier in NH and later Downeast and northern ME. The storm will extend through Saturday coming to […]

Blizzard Conditions Tuesday

Hi folks. The forecast remains on track for a major storm Tuesday. Timing: First flakes 6AM to 10AM Tuesday. Heaviest afternoon and early night.  It’s possible 10 to 15 inches of snow may accumulate during a six hour period 2PM to 8PM.  The worst should be over by Wednesday morning.  The only change from last […]

5th Storm In 9 days

The next  one arriving Wednesday should be last of the series. A Winter Storm Warning is up for parts of Maine and New Hampshire. An inverted trough will be the focus for significant snowfall. If you’re familiar with these features, you know it’s important to stay updated as changes are common. Southern and Coastal Maine […]