International Weather Outlook: January 10, 2014

International Weather Outlook: January 10, 2014

*All temperatures are in degrees (F) unless otherwise noted. Weather Forecast for North America on January 10, 2014 High pressure over the Eastern US will keep the region dry and warmer, while a low pressure moving through the Southern Plains will bring showers to the region. There will also be snow showers over the Northern Plains associated with an Alberta Clipper. Low pressure moving towards the Pacific Northwest will bring with it showers and higher elevation...

Climate Cycle Report 2

Climate Cycle Report 2

This week on the Climate Cycle Report, we will look at how to identify different patterns that result during climate change. First, looking at the image, we identify the solid black line that is moving from lower left to upper right. This is the Average Global Temperature. So, as you can see, we are leaving an Ice Age and heading into a warming period on the earth. This warming period is associated with a Post-Glaciation...

International Weather Outlook: January 8, 2014

International Weather Outlook: January 8, 2014

*All temperatures are in degrees (F) unless otherwise noted. Weather Forecast for North America on January 8, 2014 The massive Arctic outbreak will remain in control of the weather over eastern Canada and the Eastern Us, with partly cloudy skies and very cold temps. Partly cloudy skies will also be found from the Plains into the Southeast and Gulf Coast; warmer weather with partly cloudy skies are in store for the Rockies and the Southwest. Temps...

International Weather Outlook: January 7, 2014

International Weather Outlook: January 7, 2014

*All temperatures are in degrees (F) unless otherwise noted. Weather Forecast for North America on January 7, 2014: The Arctic high pressure will continue to dominate the weather with very cold weather and partly cloudy skies from the Plains to the Gulf Coast to the Southeast and the entire East Coast. Dangerous wind chills again along with frigid temps and strong winds will make conditions very dangerous. Partly cloudy skies and warmer weather are in...

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Interesting Science: The Polar Plunge

Today we look at what a Polar Plunge means - and it's not just someone jumping in the water. It's actually an atmospheric event that is about to take place across a large portion of the United States. The setting of this blog is the United States during the time frame of January 5-9, 2014. This event is about to take place and will impact roughly 90% of the United States population in some way....

International Weather Outlook: January 3, 2014

International Weather Outlook: January 3, 2014

*All temperatures are in degrees (F) unless otherwise noted. Weather Forecast for North America on January 3, 2014 Another powerful storm system will continue to track across the Eastern US and eastern Canada, bringing with it heavy snowfall. Partly cloudy skies will prevail from the Ohio River Valley to the Gulf Coast; along with that expect to see cold air. A clipper system moving through the Northern Plains will bring some light snowfall to the region,...

2013 Weather In Review

2013 Weather In Review

The clock is about to turn on yet another year in the life of Big Story Weather, so before we get to 2014, let’s take a look back at some weather events that will be remembered for the year of 2013. Starting with the Tropics, there are a few items that will stick out this year; the first is the reduced number of Atlantic storms that occurred this year. All major experts expected a massive...

International Weather Outlook: December 31, 2013

International Weather Outlook: December 31, 2013

*All temperatures are in degrees (F) unless otherwise noted. Weather Forecast for North America on December 31, 2013 Partly cloudy skies will extend from Greenland through eastern Canada and along the eastern US, while showers will begin to develop over southern Texas. We are also looking at a line of snow showers to setup over the Dakota’s into western Minnesota. Partly cloudy skies will be in store from Alaska to California. Temps will range from -10...

Climate Change Shocker

Climate Change Shocker

As a meteorologist, I have always stated my point of view and that is “Global Warming is not man-made related.” I have been stating that for the past three years now since I have done some very intense research on the topic to include interactions of other variables that impact our climate and can be documented to impact our climate. Here is one of the results that I would like to share. First of all,...

International Weather Outlook: December 29, 2013

International Weather Outlook: December 29, 2013

*All temperatures are in degrees (F) unless otherwise noted. Weather Forecast for North America on December 29, 2013 A storm system moving up the eastern US will bring with it rain showers and also snow to the interior places to the west of the DC/Baltimore area and towards Boston and Maine. Partly cloudy skies will fill in from the Southern Plains to the Northern Plains, while the Northern Plains deal with some very cold air, high...