Blog Archives: December 2009

A snowy pattern to start 2010...

Posted December 31st, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 78 comments

A summary of what we expect to see as we head into the New Year.

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2009 Year In Review

Posted December 29th, 2009 by Adam Musyt. 88 comments

As we turn the calendar from 2009 to 2010 it’s time for our annual Weather Year In Review.  As is always the case every year here in Central New York, 2009 offered a wide variety of... Continue reading…

Old man winter in force today...

Posted December 29th, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 63 comments

Bitterly cold temperatures, blowing and drifting snow...and some early thoughts on New Years.

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Busy End to 2009

Posted December 27th, 2009 by Jill Reale. 113 comments

You may have did a double take as you headed outdoors across the Mohawk Valley today. With the sunshine and green grass, it looks more like late March/early April. I did some research last night (while the weather was relatively quiet) and found that outside of a line between Burlington,...

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Merry Christmas Central New York!

Posted December 23rd, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 142 comments

Light snow today, a pleasantly quiet Christmas, and more on what happens after Christmas.

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Light snow tonight, then onward to Christmas...

Posted December 22nd, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 17 comments

Details on the forecast heading into Christmas, and an overview on the next storm...

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1st Day of Winter + Christmas Storm?

Posted December 20th, 2009 by Jill Reale. 31 comments

It has been a crazy weekend across the East Coast, except for Central New York, where we got to sit back and watch other areas dig out of the snow for once. The good news (for some) is that the weather is going to be quiet... Continue reading…

Wind chill explained...

Posted December 17th, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 95 comments

What is wind chill and where does it come from?

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Lake effect ate its Wheaties this morning....

Posted December 16th, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 61 comments

Lake effect bands are being very productive so far this morning....an update on where it's headed and how much snow we'll see over the next 12 hours.

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Last (somewhat) mild day for a while...

Posted December 15th, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 32 comments

A quite, mild start to Tuesday....but as colder air makes its way into Central New York lake effect will start to organize yet again...

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Tug Hillin' and next few days...

Posted December 14th, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 29 comments

A break in the weather today, but unsettled weather is back in the forecast tomorrow and Wednesday.  Also, a bit on my weekend Tug Hill road trip....

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First Major Lake Effect Snow Under Our Belts

Posted December 12th, 2009 by Jill Reale. 74 comments

Our first major lake effect snow event was pretty successful across the North Country. Here are the latest snowfall totals: Highmarket ... Continue reading…

Major lake effect event through Saturday...

Posted December 10th, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 174 comments

Significant lake effect snow for the Tug Hill.  All the details on where it will snow and how much can be found here....

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The latest on the winter storm moving through Central New York today...

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A Midweek Mix

Posted December 7th, 2009 by Adam Musyt. 124 comments

Our next winter weather wallop is beginning to come into focus this evening.  All of the data coming into the weather center is pointing to a mixed precipitation event by the middle of the week.  Monday's round of snow showers was actually caused by a reinforcement of chilly air.  This chilly air will remain around Central New York at the surface and aloft, *initially*, as our storm system begins its journey from the Rockies, through the Great Plains and over the Upper Great Lakes - to our northwest - by late Wednesday.

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It's almost heeeeeere...

Posted December 7th, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 60 comments

The latest on the developing winter weather this week...

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Our snow drought will likely continue here for the next few days.  Warm, windy, and then wet....

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Widespread light snow today...

Posted December 1st, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 54 comments

A bit on today's event, and more information as to how we'll be tallying season snowfall across CNY.

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