Blog Archives: December 2014

Return to Some Cold Air

Posted December 28th, 2014 by Jill Reale. 85 comments

Since December 21st, the official high temperatures has been above the freezing mark. Not only that, there have been 3 days above 40° and 3 days at or above 50°, including 57° on Christmas Day!

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Winter takes a vacation...

Posted December 22nd, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 117 comments

After an active and early start to snowfall this winter season, winter is scheduled to take a vacation this week.  A series of western runners will spoil our chances for a white Christmas this year.  Like many warmups in the winter, this one comes with extended cloud cover, rain, as... Continue reading…

Stuck in a cloudy rut...

Posted December 18th, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 62 comments

The last time we saw sunshine for more than half the day was Monday, December 8th.  That was 10 days ago!  Since then, a nor’easter brought rain and snow, followed by a ridiculous amount of low level moisture that stayed underneath a temperature inversion all weekend.  Another storm system arrived... Continue reading…

Mid December Break

Posted December 14th, 2014 by Jill Reale. 72 comments

A stubborn northwest flow has kept Central NY stuck in a rut all weekend long with extensive cloud cover, along with freezing drizzle, drizzle, snow showers and dense fog. This was all due to an inversion that has trapped low level moisture over the region over the past couple of days

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Slow low departure and freezing drizzle...

Posted December 12th, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 64 comments

It’s been an entire week and we’re still talking about this storm system.  It brought us rain on Tuesday (high elevation snow), snow on Wednesday, and light snow/freezing drizzle on Thursday.  Today, more light snow showers and light freezing drizzle in the forecast before the system FINALLY clears out... Continue reading…

Snor'easter so far...but snow will continue today

Posted December 10th, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 86 comments

As Adam and I suspected, warm air indeed got involved with yesterday’s nor’easter.    The high temperature topped 37° at Griffiss and STAYED ABOVE FREEZING all night.  It doesn’t matter how much snow falls, under these conditions it’s difficult to get accumulations.  We did not see much in... Continue reading…

It's In No Hurry To Leave

Posted December 8th, 2014 by Adam Musyt. 122 comments

All the latest data into the weather center continues to point to an impact from a winter storm across our area over the next few days.  The storm system will be a slow mover, and as it cuts off...

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Big storm on the way for the middle of the week

Posted December 7th, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 87 comments

A winter storm watch is in effect for all of Central New York for Tuesday and Tuesday night If you haven’t heard yet, we’re anticipating a nor’easter to impact our weather on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday bringing hazardous travel and potentially heavy snow accumulation.  At this point, we feel...

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Light wintry mix on the way again...

Posted December 5th, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 60 comments

Another wintry mix to finish the work week...

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A wintry mix on the way...

Posted December 2nd, 2014 by Bill Kardas. 38 comments

Happy 2nd day of meteorological winter!  Ironically, we lost all of our snowpack here in the valley on the first day of meteorological winter, but we get some of it back tonight as a system brings a mixed bag of precipitation.  An area of low pressure at the surface tracks... Continue reading…

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