The latest EURO run has more winter weather….and severe…
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In extended range, 8 days GFS, jet stream straight out of NW driving Alaska/Canadian Arctic air into Lower-48
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Major snowfall would be in Colorado Tues/Wed as low moves into Texas then rides up front into Great Lakes. Great late season snowpack for CO
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Next major storm for Lower-48 will drive another cold front thru S. Texas. w/low pressure [...]
Winter Storm Q is now heading into the Plains and Midwest after first impacting the West Coast and Four Corners states Tuesday into Wednesday.
In addition to laying down a fresh coat of snow in the Rockies, the storm also brought snow as far south as Tucson, Ariz. on Wednesday. Ahead of the main storm system, an initial bout of snow moved into portions of Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma.
Tornado threat area for TOMORROW, [...]
Syrian ruler Bashar Assad has ordered the resumption of weapons transfers to the Lebanese Hezbullah.
This was agreed with Iran’s National Security Director Saeed Jalilee, who arrived in Damascus after Israel’s reported air strike last Wednesday
The Syrian ruler assured the Iranian official that he would not be deterred by what he called acts of “aggression.” It was up to Syria and Iran to put their heads together to find a safe [...]
Southern China will be hit by a new cold front this week, extending the country’s chilliest winter in 28 years, the country’s weather agency said.
Temperatures in Southern provinces including Guangdong will dip to as low as minus 5 degrees Celsius (23 degrees Fahrenheit) on Jan. 11 and 12, the China Meteorological Administration said in a statement yesterday. Provinces including Guizhou and Hunan may experience snowstorms, it said.
The winter weather follows a wet start to April, with the threat of floods and storms to come over the next few days.
The Met Office has issued weather warnings for the South West, London, South East, Wales and the West of England due to flooding on roads and 60mph winds.
Hail storms are expected across the country and it is feared windows could be broken by giant hail, up to 1cm [...]
From The Contrary Investor
The Cliff Notes
Certainly we’ve started 2012 with a better tone to a number of economic indicators. Employment numbers have strengthened, leading economic indicator series have trended higher, and there’s even a little bit of life in housing as many former savers have now become mom and pop landlords in the effort to achieve some type of rate of return in what essentially is a Fed sponsored yield starved [...]
While many throughout the U.S. enjoy unseasonably warm weather, Arizona got hit with a unusually late winter storm blanketing the south western state with snow.
The city of Flagstaff was covered in 10 to 14 inches of snow by Sunday morning, causing problematic travel conditions and numerous road closures.
The only ones presumably excited about the late snow were avid skiers, who were greeted with a total of 12 to 18 inches [...]
One of my New Year’s resolutions is to become more prepared for emergencies. I’m excited about it! Have you set a similar resolution? It’s hard to become prepared all at once, but we can accomplish so much in a whole year. This is our year to prepare!
Of course, it’s important that we become more specific about our resolution. Vague ideas don’t usually lead to much accomplishment. What do you [...]
Les Zaitz/The OregonianOverflowing Mill Creek flooded the state’s main motor pool in Salem on Airport Road today. Two tow trucks waded in, hauling out as many vehicles as possible as the water continued to rise.
Gov. John Kitzhaber declared a state of emergency this afternoon for Benton, Coos, Lincoln and Benton counties as flooding submerged swaths of the state, forcing evacuations, closing roads, downing trees and power lines and forcing emergency shelters to [...]
By Alex Sosnowski, Expert Senior Meteorologist
The snow into Thursday could end up being one of Seattle’s biggest snowstorms on record.
The storm and its heavy snowfall have the potential to close passes in the Cascades, clog streets at sea level with tons of snow and slush and force flight delays and cancellations.
Near the coast, the snow will be heavy, wet and difficult to shovel. The combination of heavy, wet snow with gusty [...]
For a larger version of this map, visit theAccuWeather.com Winter Weather Center.
(Accuweather) As much of the nation prepares for last-minute holiday shopping and preparations, a storm will bring a plethora of precipitation to the country starting with the Southwest
This storm system will bring a threat foraccumulating snow from Chicago to DetroitTuesday before shifting into the East on Wednesday.
While AccuWeather.com meteorologists are still hammering out the details as new data comes in every [...]
A historic October snowstorm is still crushing New England with heavy snow and howling winds before cruising away into Atlantic Canada.
Snow amounts have already topped two feet across portions of New England, while record-shattering snow hammered the major Northeast cities from Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia to New York City and Hartford, Ct.
An additional 3-6 inches of snow will thump across portions of Maine and New Brunswick, Canada, as the potent nor’easter [...]
Two people are credited with the popular image and character of Frankenstein: author Mary Shelleyand actor Boris Karloff. The folks behind Frankenstein Friday dedicate the day to these “parents” of Frankenstein and commemorate the pair annually on the last Friday of October. This year’s celebration celebrates the 80th anniversary of 1931′s “Frankenstein” directed by James Whale.
* Make your own candy Frankenstein decoration.
* Host an edible Frankenstein mask making contest to kick off Halloween [...]
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Parts of the Bay Area are getting record breaking amounts of rain this weekend.
It’s creating problems in some parts of the Bay Area. A tree toppled onto a Chevy Suburban in Santa Rosa. Firefighters used chainsaws to chop up another downed tree along Franquette Avenue in Santa Rosa.
The winter weather hasn’t stopped the summer events. The pigs at the Contra Costa [...]
LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — Don’t put your snow shovels away just yet.The latest weather forecast is predicting 3 inches of snow at lake level in the Tahoe basin this weekend.”It’s going to be a dramatic change from today,” said Placerville’s Bill Rose as he prepared to hike near Echo Summit.Forecasters said the snow is expected to start falling Saturday night and continue into Sunday.”Today couldn’t be better. It’s sunny [...]
Citi’s economics team is forecasting +250k for Friday’s NFP release, well above the median estimate of +190k. The distribution of estimates has a substantial right tail and we expect that many forecasters are erring on the side of caution. Of the 83 forecasters, 72 lie between 150k and 230k, with the other 11 stretching from 235k to 295k.
The problem is that a weak number is [...]
Whilst ordinary people around the world have to tighten their belts as their finances are getting worse, banksters get mega bonuses yet again, a survey carried out at the elite business conference in Davos, of the richest businessmen say their confidence is at pre crisis highs again. Of course they donâ€™t live in the reality of the majority:
Business confidence around the world has returned to pre-crisis levels, a survey [...]
Well folks, LOOK at this trending history and you will KNOW that is a lie – it is getting worse BECAUSE it is getting worse. Especially note the Jan-Feb-Mar time frame from 2008 and what happened last year – more of the same this year. The summer surge is college students, the September drop is them going back to school – the actual column is the first, the “seasonal adjusted” [...]