Forecast


Neoweather Makes Storm Prep Easy

Prepping for a winter storm. What’s your first move? Probably keeping an eye on the forecast at all times leading up to the event. If you don’t have the most accurate information it can be difficult to get ready To Pre-Treat or Not to Pre-Treat Neoweather has had multiple clients tell them they have gone out and looked at the situation at hand and were unsure if they were really going to get as much snow as was predicted. The …

Read More

Developing El Nino Impacts Winter 2018/19 Forecast

It is early August and an El Niño is likely developing for Fall 2018 and Winter 2018/2019. The ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) phases – neutral, cold (La Niña) and warm (El Niño) – have a significant impact on weather over large areas of the world. Let’s discuss where we are at right now in ENSO observations, where ENSO forecasts take us into Winter 2018/2019 and what the United States and Canada can expect based on the forecast. Current ENSO …

Read More

Looking Ahead to Winter 2018/19

It’s still summer! But for those of you who are impatient and cannot wait for winter to arrive, Neoweather is already prepping for winter this year and into next year. There is already enough data coming in that points to a shift. It appears winter is shifting from a la Niña to an el Niño. So, what exactly does that mean? Normally, when we have this transition, a blocking pattern often develops across portions of the east coast which allows …

Read More

Late February Early March Weather Outlook – 2018

For much of the United States winter has been full of surprises – southern snow, arctic cold, very mild weather. There hasn’t been much weather we have missed this winter. The good news: we have avoided major catastrophes like floods, ice storms, multiple major winter storms and severe weather, so far. Winter Review Breaking down the United States into three areas – East, Midwest and West – let’s quickly look at what meteorological winter (December 1 to February 28) has …

Read More

2017-2018 Long Range Winter Forecast

Meteorologists Brian Ivy, Robert Carroll, and Mark Spencer sit down and bring us a preview of the 2017-2018 Winter forecast.  Take a look at what the weather will dish out in North America this season! A Summary of the Forecast A weaker La Nina will allow for higher pressure to bring in cooler temperatures from Canada while a Pacific jet stream will bring moisture off of the ocean.  Those two conditions should collide and create wet conditions in the Pacific …

Read More

Deep in the Heart of Summer; An Early Winter Forecast

Milwaukee – Wow, it is sunny and hot across most of the United States. That is not a surprise in early August. Most of the United States is now starting to experience a slight drop in average temperature now that we are inching towards late summer. June was quite warm and July has been very similar. And that makes it a perfect time to talk about this winter, right? For some of us it is always too early to discuss winter. And for others, they never stop talking about winter.

Read More