10-3-2016 HWRF by NOAA showing a double possibility of Matthew’s path.
10-3-2016 Matthew will make his way north between Jamaica and Haiti over the course of the next day or so. Then we will watch him wreak havoc in the Bahamas. He will lose some strength from crossing over land, but […]
10-2-2016 The Euro model for 10-9-2016 is showing Matthew just off the East Coast. This is indicating that Matthew would graze the Carolina coastline. Later on the 12th, Matthew just hangs out off the Northeast coast, kind of like Hermine […]
10-2-2016 For early October, and only on the 2nd, we are seeing a lot of sea ice starting to build around the Northwest Territories of Canada. This is a signature of very cold air. Also, snow cover has taken over […]
10-1-2016 Latest model guidance is starting to show some decent agreement that Matthew is likely head out to sea. Most of the hurricane models are now starting to indicate a right turn. This is due to Matthew turning north a […]
10-1-2016 A big snowstorm for so early in the season will occur for the Canadian prairies. This is early, and we will have to see if this is a long-term signal for cold air.
10-1-2016 Thankfully for the moment the Canadian GEPS ensembles now take Matthew out to sea. Let’s hope this is the case. Most other models now trending east as well. Let’s hope this trend continues. We will be on top of […]
Critical Matthew track update
9-30-2016 Latest 8pm model runs now take Hurricane Matthew to the west of the previous forecast track. This is due to the storm not making the northward turn as initially expected. Matthew is now likely a category 5 hurricane and […]
9-30-2016 Hurricane Matthew Discussion