Monthly Archives: February 2017

Advected LPW product in identifying circulations in the vertical

On the evening of 21 February 2017, a well defined mid-level circulation moved into the San Francisco Bay region.  This circulation was responsible for a region of convection in the vicinity, mostly showers but a few thunderstorms with some low-level … Continue reading

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7-8 February 2017, New Orleans Power Outage

After a series of tornadoes ripped through southeastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi on 7 February 2017, a power outage occurred in eastern New Orleans affecting 10,000 plus people. Below is a screenshot of the affected areas: the red lines imply the … Continue reading

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More Precipitation for the West Coast, 3 February 2017

Who would have thought that the West Coast would get more precipitation? In a series of atmospheric river events that pummeled the West Coast a few weeks ago, another synoptic-scale precipitation event approaches….yet again. As of this morning, parts of Washington, … Continue reading

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