Blog Archives: February 2012

Leap Day Snowfall Totals

Posted February 29th, 2012 by Adam Musyt. 80 comments

It’s hard to believe but here we are on Leap Day and it took Mother Nature until February 29th to produce a significant synoptic snowfall across Central New York.   p...

Continue reading…

Two rounds of snow....

Posted February 29th, 2012 by Bill Kardas. 47 comments

Snow, sleet, and more snow over the next 24 hours...

Continue reading…

Wednesday's Wintry Return

Posted February 28th, 2012 by Adam Musyt. 47 comments

All of the information coming into the weather center this evening still points to an accumulating snowfall and a messy mixture of precipitation across our area over the next 24 hours.  br... Continue reading…

Tracking a wintry mix...

Posted February 28th, 2012 by Bill Kardas. 31 comments

Thoughts on the next weather event and it's potential impact in CNY....

Continue reading…

Short warmup, sunshine, and then dicey weather?

Posted February 27th, 2012 by Bill Kardas. 29 comments

Things to watch over the next few days...

Continue reading…

Lake Effect Snow Totals

Posted February 25th, 2012 by Jill Reale. 44 comments

Lake effect snow is winding down this evening but windy conditions are still causing blowing and drifting snow and slippery travel across the region. Travel Advisory is in effect for Madison County until 5AM. Roads are hazardous due to whiteout conditions and falling temperatures. Once skies clear out, temperatures are... Continue reading…

Saturday Snow and Wind

Posted February 24th, 2012 by Adam Musyt. 54 comments

After an unsettled but soggy day for most of Central New York, our weather is just about to take a major turn just in time for the weekend.  A strong cold front is now in the process of...

Continue reading…

Messy Friday Morning

Posted February 23rd, 2012 by Jill Reale. 76 comments

Old man winter looks to return late tonight into Friday in the way of snow. A storm system over the Midwest pushes into the region tonight, bringing a round of snow/mixed precipitation/rain on Friday. Temperatures are going to play a crucial role in what type of precipitation the viewing area... Continue reading…

Friday Flakes?

Posted February 22nd, 2012 by Adam Musyt. 33 comments

A solid burst of snow has developed this evening along the Lake Ontario lake shore.  Moderate to heavy snow has been reported for Watertown, the hills outside of Oswego, and heading back to the... Continue reading…

Weak Waves On The Way

Posted February 20th, 2012 by Adam Musyt. 47 comments

Sunshine managed to stick around for the entire day all across Central New York thanks to high pressure regaining control of our weather.  The same ridge of high pressure will continue to promote fair weather through the overnight.span... Continue reading…

How Unusual is the Winter?

Posted February 19th, 2012 by Jill Reale. 23 comments

The million dollar question. You can go anywhere and someone is talking about this winter, or lack thereof and how unusual it is. It is somewhat hard to answer this question just yet, since we still have a month and half of winter left. But to this date, this winter... Continue reading…

Moving Right Along

Posted February 17th, 2012 by Adam Musyt. 49 comments

Elevation made all the difference across Central New York over the past 12 hours as a weak storm system affected our weather.  Here at the television station (800 feet above the valley floor) a slushy 0.8” of snow... Continue reading…

Another western runner?!

Posted February 15th, 2012 by Bill Kardas. 38 comments

It’s been that kind of winter.  Another opportunity for precipitation…not entirely in the form of snow.  In fact, many areas will see rain with our next weather maker.  Here are the details… Rest of today & tonight Snowflakes and raindrops today will linger into the early afternoon with... Continue reading…

Mild weather returns (again)

Posted February 13th, 2012 by Bill Kardas. 28 comments

Our bout of lake effect snow overnight will be short lived as drier air builds back into the area today.  Overnight totals weren’t all that impressive locally, with the higher end snows between 3-4".  Our season total in Utica stands at a puny 29.7", which is nearly 40" below the... Continue reading…

Return of Old Man Winter (For a day)

Posted February 11th, 2012 by Jill Reale. 56 comments

An arctic front has pushed through Central NY, leaving behind some very cold temperatures tonight into Sunday. By typical Upstate NY standards, this is not some historically cold event but it will feel like it since we have not dealt with Old Man Winter much this year. Temperatures have already... Continue reading…

Signs of life...

Posted February 9th, 2012 by Bill Kardas. 26 comments

Quiet weather will be coming to an end as the weekend arrives.

Continue reading…

Answers to some common questions about this winter...

Posted February 7th, 2012 by Bill Kardas. 46 comments

Answering some common questions....

Continue reading…

Super Bowl Sunday

Posted February 5th, 2012 by Jill Reale. 19 comments

  Since it is Super Bowl Sunday (and National Weatherperson’s Day) , I thought it would be appropriate to blog about the weather during past Super Bowls.  Florida has hosted the most Super Bowl games (15), while California is right behind them...

Continue reading…

6 more weeks of winter?

Posted February 2nd, 2012 by Bill Kardas. 27 comments

A look at Phil's predictions over the past few years....

Continue reading…

Archives Index