Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook RTMA (Real-time meso-analysis) of temperatures Monday afternoon. Pretty easy to spot the front! Some major temperature extremes on either side. Source: Weatherbell Storms are exciting, no doubt. The […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Hemispheric 500mb heights – it’s all connected! Source: Weatherbell I think my favorite thing when it comes to weather is its connectedness. This is immediately apparent when looking […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Mid-to-late autumn is more than capable of stirring up some strong gales, and this year is no exception. After a very quiet (and record dry) start to fall […]
Summer will feel like a distant memory after this weekend’s cold, windy and rainy Nor’easter.
Bill Belichick apparently does not extend the courtesy of respect to the brave men and women who try their best to predict the weather every day.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook There are pros and cons when it comes to improving numerical weather prediction (NWP) – The good part is that forecasts (even if you don’t believe me, which […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook We’re one day closer to the weekend and there’s been a lot of buzz going around as we approach a chilly blast of air, so I wanted to […]
We’re eyeing a *potential* storm system for this upcoming weekend.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook **Updates as of 10/30 – Still no 32º reading in Portland or Windsor Locks…so Portland is now just adding on to its record long growing season and latest […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook It’s tough to gauge exactly what the weather is doing these days. You’re bombarded with big headlines of ‘epic storm’, ‘wild weather’, and ‘catastrophic cyclone’ seemingly on a […]