Beyond The Forecast
Where did the summer go? Oh wait, it’s still here! Although it may be the “unofficial” end to the season on Labor Day, mid-summer warmth and humidity will be in place for several days. It […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Disclaimer: I’m a pumpkin-flavored anything junkie. If they made pumpkin flavored wallpaper I’d have a hard time resisting. So when the commercials for Pumpkin Spice Lattes (PSL’s to […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Good thing we haven’t been roasted by persistent summer heat! Many of us would be complaining about dried up lawns and parched gardens if that were the case. […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Bob right before landfall on August 19th, 1991. Source: NOAA It was this time 23 years ago that we were picking up the pieces from a hurricane, and […]
I’ve deemed today a “fine” day – not perfect, not bad. A few spotty showers early this morning will come to an end as breaks of sun gradually emerge. There is the threat for a […]
Just three of the first twelve days this month have measurable rainfall tallying a measly .05″…yeah, that’s going to change tomorrow.
We are wrapping up a couple of beauties..now as we look ahead, the weather will be headed downhill. An area of low pressure in the Great Lakes will throw a strong front at us Wednesday. The system has a lot of upper level energy, driven by a strong jetstream for this time of year.
It’s a beautiful start out there this morning but another round of unsettled weather is on the way for later on today. A bundle of upper level energy will push through the region from northwest […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook ISS flyby captured by @GSBImagesMBusch (Twitter) over Long Island Tuesday night. Been keeping up with the ISS (International Space Station) flybys this week? A lot of you have […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook The climatological peak of hurricane season is a sharp one, and it starts to ramp up now. Source: NOAA and the National Hurricane Center August hits, and it’s […]