Blog Archives: May 2009

Summery Weather on Hold

Posted May 28th, 2009 by Adam Musyt. 28 comments

Our computer models have been "indecisive" over the last couple of weeks to say the least, but once again we are beginning to see more clearly what the weekend will hold. Right now, Thursday evening, a cold front is crossing Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.  Thunderstorms fired up this afternoon, even... Continue reading…

Memorial Weekend Outlook

Posted May 21st, 2009 by Adam Musyt. 38 comments

Our weekend forecast is beginning to become more clear.  The forecasting issues revolve around a lazy front that will be crossing the region over the next few days.  As of this writing, late Thursday evening, the cold front is crossing Western Ontario.  The system will slowly sag to the south... Continue reading…

There's Something About May

Posted May 17th, 2009 by Jill Reale. 24 comments

  The National Weather Service visited Georgetown in Madison County today and after surveying the damage, they have concluded that an EF 2 tornado touched down. This date quickly popped into my head since last year, one year to be exact, an... Continue reading…

Saturday Snap Crackle Pop?

Posted May 15th, 2009 by Adam Musyt. 62 comments

A strong cold front currently crossing the Great Plains and moving into the Ohio Valley is producing severe thunderstorms. this evening in Illinois and Indiana.  As this weather system moves to the east, an active day is in the forecast for Central New York for Saturday.  The cold front will...

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Hold on to your hats!

Posted May 14th, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 33 comments

Severe weather in the midwest, but not so much here.  Why?

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From Frosty to Fabulous in 48 hours

Posted May 11th, 2009 by Adam Musyt. 18 comments

The Canadian air mass that built into the region following Saturday’s scattering of thunderstorms will continue to exert its influence on our weather through the overnight.  The official low this morning at Griffiss Park registered  32 degrees.  Our skywatcher George in Glenmore, Northwest Oneida County checked in with 21 degrees... Continue reading…

Severe weather safety: Thunderstorms

Posted May 6th, 2009 by Bill Kardas. 71 comments

Severe thunderstorms: what they are and what to do if one comes your way.

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Moving Into May...

Posted May 1st, 2009 by Adam Musyt. 10 comments

April will go into the books as a "middle of the road" type of month.  The average monthly temperature was 46.68 degrees, or 1.88 degrees above the 30-year average.  Precipitation was 3.75", slightly above average.  Snowfall, for the third month in a row, came in below average with 0.7" total for the...

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