Posted by: pyeager | February 4, 2010

Massive Mid-Atlantic Mauler

I know that I haven’t been posting much lately, but did you ever think that it might be because no one has sent me any cards for National Weatherman’s Day, which is tomorrow? Meteorologists have feelings, too, you know. 

Actually, I’ve been busy working on other projects lately, but I wanted to briefly post about what I’m calling (every storm seems to require a name these days) the Massive Mid-Atlantic Mauler. 

It appears as this storm will be fairly similar to the massive snowstorm that occurred in December, with parts of the Mid-Atlantic region receiving as much as two feet of snow. Having one of these storms in this region is impressive, but two such storms is remarkable. 

Here is NOAA’s warnings map as of around noon on Thursday–click on the map for the latest warning map: 

Eastern U.S. weather warnings on February 4, 2010; image courtesy of NOAA

Eastern U.S. weather warnings on February 4, 2010; image courtesy of NOAA

 

I’ll try to post more regularly–even if I don’t get any cards… 

–Paul

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  1. HAPPY WEATHERMAN DAY PAUL..YOUR THE BEST.. YOUR BOOKS ARE GREAT TOO…LOUIS UCCELLINI..READS THEM ON THE PLANE RIDES..HE NOW IS LEAVING FOR INDIA..YES..INDIA..HE IS UPSET HE WILL MISS SOME NICE SNOW THAT HE LOVES; THIS WEEKEND; IN MARYLAND..I TALKED TO HIM WED. .. FRANK DELAURENTIIS…

    • Thanks, Frank! It’s good to know that some people care. hahaha

  2. I’m taking the day off from my regular weatherman job in honor of our special day tomorrow! Thanks for your great work, WeatherMan Paul!

    Weatherman Erik
    MemphisWeather.net

    • Thanks, Erik

      Enjoy the day off, and happy weatherman’s day back at ya!

  3. It appears this meteorologist will get to shovel – a lot – on National Weatherman’s Day. Two 10″+ storms in the same Winter have only occurred here twice in reliably recorded history. It doesn’t appear we’ll have a problem recorded the third such Winter.

    • You shouldn’t have to shovel on your day!!!!! That’s just not right.

      Enjoy the snow.


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